A glass of red wine is good for the heart and the soul! Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Cucci Restaurant
On February 17, approximately 75 guests gathered at Cucci Restaurant in Oakville.
“Our mom passed away in 2009 from Heart and Stroke disease, and we saw first-hand the devastation of this kind of illness”,says Susanne. According to Statistics Canada, there are over 50,000 strokes in Canada each year, resulting in one stroke occurring every 10 minutes. It is the number one killer of women in Canada and the third largest killer in Canada for men and women. And says Georgia, “When you offer people food and wine, you’re opening up your heart with love, and a glass of red wine every day is good for the heart and the soul. “As The Wine Ladies we want people to know that.”
Experience three award winning winemakers and wineries from the prestigious Niagara region including Marco Piccoli from Jackson-Triggs, Viticulturist Matt Speck from Henry of Pelham and new kid on the block GreenLane Winery with winemaker Dianne Smith.
The evening was a spectacular success and The Wine Ladies TV was there to capture it all. Many thanks to our generous partners and sponsors for making this all possible including:
Wineries: Jackson-Triggs, Henry of Pelham, GreenLane Estate Winery,
Silver Sponsors: Fortune Jewelers, O’Connor MacLeod Hanna LLP,
Bronze Sponsors: Jason Greenlees RBC Dominion Securities, mdapps.ca,
SPONSORS: Aradia Fitness,Beads4Health,Brix Chocolate for wine Burrows, Cambria Natural Quartz Surfaces, Cucci Ristorante, Enchanted Decor, Guess Seductive, Higgins Event Rentals, Inspire Cosmetics, Le Beau Optical Boutique, Nature’s Source, Ravi Instant Wine Refresher, Ridolfi, Senzu, Shaw Festival, Silkeborg, slik inc pr & communications, SNAP Oakville, Sony Music, tfnc London, Oakville.com ,Oakville Voice, TCHD Magazine, Wine Awakenings, YYZEvents Steve Blackburn, Wine Access Magazine, Vinturi Wine Aerators.
To view pictures from the evening click Here.Stay tuned for the next The Wine Ladies event to be announced soon.
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