Abbotsford bar Lulie Tavern and natural wine bottle-o Act of Wine are hosting a pop-up wine tasting for bushfire relief.
No-frills warehouse bar Lulie Tavern has joined the list of venues getting involved in bushfire relief efforts. The neighbourhood joint has teamed up with natural wine bottle-o Act of Wine to host a wine tasting for the cause.
The wine afternoon will take place on Saturday, January 18 from 2–6pm. Tickets cost $30, with 100 percent of sales being donated to selected charities. Apart from doing some much needed good, the event will also put you in front of a range of Australia's best drops. Expect 19 producers and distributors all up, including Konpira Maru, Momento Mori, Jamsheed, Puncheon Bottles, Lo-Fi Wines, Good Intentions Wine Co. and Chateau Acid — to name a very few.
Then, from 6pm, a selection of bottles will be go behind the bar — and if you buy a glass, that money will be donates, too. Raffle tickets and a silent auction are also on the docket that evening, and a portion of food sales will go toward bushfire relief, too.
The funds raised will be split between several charity groups, including Fire Relief for First Nations Communities, NSW Rural Fire Service, WIRES, Country Fire Authority and Red Cross. This is another easy (and worthy) excuse to donate, so grab your tickets here.
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