Town Hall client press release
Serendipity Supports 2nd annual #dinnerpartyYVR
Naramata’s Serendipity @winespiration is @SocialBites #dinnerpartyYVR wine partner again http://bit.ly/MTeMFQ #bcwine
Serendipity Winery of Naramata BC will take its place on the tables of food and wine lovers for the second year – for a good cause.
On Saturday April 5, #dinnerpartyYVR, the mastermind of Annika Reinhardt of Social Bites and presented by Cressey, will connect Vancouverites at dinner parties prepared by hobby chefs on their in homes simultaneously across the city, all to benefit local charities. The winery’s popular wines, including their award-winning Devil’s Advocate red blend, will be featured at every table.
After the meal has completed, diners, hobby chefs and the charities involved gather for an after party. 100% of the diner’s $40 donation is gifted back to represented charities. In 2013 more than 200 people participated, collectively raising more than $4500 for 24 charities.
“We are so happy to support local charities, and especially via this event that puts our wine with incredible food cooked by talented hobby chefs,” says Katie O’Kell, second-in-command of the small winery. “I look forward to travelling from Naramata to take part, and meeting everyone.”
After dinner, all diners will leave the homes and convene for a special Cressey After Party. Serendipity wines will be also available at a cash bar at the after party.
Click here to see the various locations and buy tickets, which are moving fast!
Sign up for a meal by Wednesday, March 19 for a chance to be invited to the Cressey Dinner Party with CTV’s MasterChef Canada Top 12 Finalist Josh Gale on the event night.
Find out all of the details on the Dinner Party YVR website: www.dinnerpartyyvr.com.
Nestled among the rolling hills of the picturesque Naramata Beach, a visit to Serendipity is all about discovery, surprise and warmth. Judy Kingston or Katie O’Kell welcome every visitor with a smile and a glass, always pleased to share their passion and education with their guests. For a modest $3, visitors get a full flight of tastings. In the time since releasing their first wine, the winery continues to delight, surprise, and capture accolades. Visit to taste and learn why in 2013 Serendipity was the only BC winery invited to showcase wine at the Calgary Stampede (and is returning in 2014), and why the winery was named BC Winery of the Year at a New York competition.
For more information on Serendipity Winery contact Sujinder Juneja 604-367-6745 or sujinder (at) townhallbrands (dot) com