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What Do Your Holiday Gifts Say About You?What Do Your Holiday Gifts Say About You?
Posted on November 30, 2010
This year why not give custom-labeled wine
to family, friends, co-workers, and clients. Custom-labeled wine adds that personal touch
and is VERY affordable
. And, since our wines are low in sulfites, your gift recipients won't get headaches, stuffy nose, or flush face while enjoying your gift to them. Be the hit of the holidays this year when you give custom-labeled wine, low sulfite wine! We're not the only ones who think so - check out this posting on the NY Times website.
Check out what the NY Times has to say:
Posted on October 23, 2009
Date: 10/23/2009 Album ID: 872275
Photos by MARCIAL GUAJARDO/Leader
Water 2 Wine on Oct. 22 hosted a “Pink Party” to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation. The affair included free pink food (including salmon, cake and cupcakes) and a Mary Kay consultant was on hand for free makeovers. Ten percent of all sales were to be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, as were all proceeds from a raffle that night.
Aiming to Stomp Out Hunger
Posted on October 1, 2009
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Aiming to stomp out hunger
|Crush Week highlights
|At Water2Wine - Round Rock
Grape Stomp: from 3-7 p.m.
Live music: from 6-9 p.m.
Grape Stomp: 1-6 p.m.
Live music: 6-9 p.m.
Water2Wine hosting benefit ‘Crush Week’
Rush week has ended at most college and university campuses, but at three Central Texas wineries Rush Week, or rather "Crush Week," continues as Water2Wine does its part to crush and stomp out hunger, one grape at a time.
The Real World
The local wine-making franchises have organized the week-long event, "Crush Week and Grape Stomp" starting Sept. 29 and continuing through Saturday, Oct. 3 as a celebration of wine, food, music and fun benefiting the Round Rock Area Serving Center and its Austin counterpart, The Capitol Area Food Bank. The event is the first-ever of its kind in Round Rock and franchise owner, Sharon Miller, hopes to make it an annual tradition, she said.
"We are really excited about bringing this event to Round Rock. We are going to have lots of winemaking activities for the whole family and the 'grape stomp' - a Lucille Ball-style of stomp - it should be a lot of fun. We won't be using those grapes to make the wine though," Miller said with a chuckle.
The festivities began with Tuesday evening wine-tasting and food pairings featuring wines from countries south of the border.
Tasting and food pairings will continue throughout the week with Friday and Saturday being the biggest days of the event, Miller said. These will be the days when the grapes will officially be stomped in front of the store on the Water2Wine patio, Door prizes will be given out every hour and there will be live music, accompanied by wine-making and bottling demonstrations.
"There will be special bottling demos where you buy bottles individually at a discount and even take home a bottle with the official Wine Crush event label," Miller said.
Water2Wine produces wines on location from grape juices imported from around the world. They offer more than 100 different varieties from 13 different countries and can make and bottle the wine by the bottle or by the batch for clients.
Patrons are encouraged to help make wines they select by mixing the juices, adding oak chips, sugars, yeasts and possibly even flowers to get the exact flavor they have chosen.
Water2Wine Round Rock opened its doors a little over a year ago.
For more information on Water2Wine and the Crush Week event visit water2wine.com/roundrock or call 512-310-WINE.
Hours of Operation
Tue - Wed 11:30am - 7:30pm
Thurs - Sat 11:30am - 8:00pm
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