Carafe Winemakers, will host a fundraising event on Wednesday, October 27, 2010, at 7:30 pm. Carafe Winemakers is located at 111 South Alfred Street, in the historic Old Town area of Alexandria, Virginia.
At this special wine tasting and winemaking event, guests will first experience a one-of-a-kind opportunity to sample palatable wines from a number of featured local and regional wineries.
This is also a rare opportunity to participate in the process of fine winemaking. Guests will learn how to identify styles of wine, gain an appreciation of wine from a particular region, as well as learn winemaking techniques. Carafe Winemakers’ Wine Educator, A Carafe staff member, will guide you through the artful process.
Not least, Carafe Winemakers will treat its guests to a hot food buffet and a complimentary bottle of wine at the end of the evening.
Promising to be a networking occasion to remember, you, your friends, and colleagues will encounter another quality black-owned business in the Washington, DC area, as it showcases its store atmosphere, ambience and business activities.
The proceeds from this event will support The Empowerment Experiment (EE) Movement.
The EE movement began in January 2009 and was started to challenge underserved Communities to support quality Black-owned businesses, Black professional services and products made by Black entrepreneurs. The money raised from this event will help The Empowerment Experiment extend its reach nationwide, informing and motivating people to seek and support quality black businesses.
To attend the wine tasting/winemaking event, contact Mr. Ian Robinson at ian[.]rtaevents.com to register.
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To learn more about The Empowerment Experiment, visit EE on the web, Pledge to be part of The Experiment and to join the EE movement.