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Sip, Slurp and Save lives on March 22nd @ City Winery with Stark Wines

Looking to do good while drinking wine? Join me at this event while tickets are still available!

Wine & Oyster Pairing

Friday, March 22 @ 6:00PM

Tickets are $75/person

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Join City Winery on World Water Day, to enjoy Stark Wine, slurp North Atlantic oysters (and eat other tasty appetizers), and help bring clean drinking water to people in some of the world’s poorest communities through WaterAid.

WaterAid, www.wateraid.org, is a leading international organization that helps the world’s poorest communities gain access to safe water and sanitation. Nearly 800 million people worldwide lack access to clean drinking water. WaterAid transforms lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation in 27 countries in Asia, Africa, the Pacific Region and Central America. To date, WaterAid has helped 17.5 million people gain access to clean water.

Stark Wine, www.starkwine.com, is a Sonoma-based winery with a mission to make delicious wines and give back. Through a partnership with WaterAid, Stark Wine has helped give clean water for life to over 200 people in 2012. The goal is to double the number of people they help in 2013.

Throughout March, Chelsea Wine Vault will donate $1 to WaterAid for every bottle of Stark Wine, Stark Thirst or Stark Wild sold. Look for CWV’s “1 Bottle = $1 For WaterAid” when wine shopping online at www.chelseawinevault.com or in-store at 75 9th Avenue at 16th Street inside The Chelsea Market.

Brooklyn Oyster Party are the people to know for oysters in the NYC area. BOP’s speciality is sourcing local and sustainable oysters from the North Atlantic coast. From sourcing, to shucking, even clean-up, check out www.brooklynoysterparty.com.


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