Cabernets for a Cause: The 2011 Cabernet Classic benefiting Rotary First Harvest

The Cabernet Classic is one of the premier events in the Seattle area that features some of the best Cabernet wines and blends this region has to offer. Even more intriguing is the cause that this event will benefit. Rotary First Harvest is a program that connects farmers & truckers in an effort to feed the hungry. Many farmers will have excess product on hand that will either be sent to landfills or left to rot in the fields.  Rotary First Harvest puts that good product to use and feeds the hungry through its vast network.

Stems and Legs will proudly attend The 2011 Cabernet Classic at Bell Harbor Convention Center and support the efforts of Rotary First Harvest. If you would like to attend this event, please see the information below:

THE CABERNET CLASSIC

Wednesday, October 26, 2011
6:00 – 9:00pm
Bell Harbor on the Seattle Waterfront
2211 Alaskan Way
Tickets:  $50 @ www.firstharvest.org

Join us for our 3rd annual Cabernet Showcase, the class act of the wine world! Cabernet has long been the “KING OF WINES!” Experience the range of this famous grape varietal as we will feature a dazzling array of over 100 wines from 35 Washington artisan wineries while looking over the spectacular Puget Sound and enjoying some tasty nibbles specifically selected to pair nicely with Cabernet!

Meet other wine enthusiasts as well as the artisan winemakers who have hand-crafted these Cabernets and Cab-based blends.  Help us raise funds for Rotary First Harvest – a program of Rotary District 5030 providing nutritious produce to food banks and hot meal programs across Washington State!

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