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Gold Medal Wine Tour Ends Hunger

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And if you're feeling flush as ever, or pretending you are...

You can help end childhood hunger and satisfy your own in one shot. The "Gold Medal Wine Tour" will be making its way around some of the best South Florida restaurants this fall, pairing wines that won the 2007 American Fine Wine Competition with specialty dishes from each restaurant. Here's the scoop:

Each dinner features a Sparkling Wine reception, five Gold medal wines paired with a five-course wine country inspired dinner, a silent auction to benefit End Childhood Hunger, and a few surprises...ENJOY CAVIAR AND ZYR VODKA AS AN ADDED TREAT. For reservations and information contact Shari Gherman at 954-949-7580, Email: [email protected]

Cost: $150 prepaid or $175, all inclusive. Checks should be made to End Childhood Hunger.


Paradiso 625 Lucerne Ave, Lake Worth Sept 10, 2008

Cafe Maxx 2601 E Atlantic Blvd, Pompano Beach Sept 17, 2008

Two Chefs Too 2286 NE 123rd St, North Miami Sept 24, 2008

Ortanique 278 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Oct 15, 2008

Opus 5 5050 Town Center, Boca Raton Oct 22, 2008

Cafe Boulud 301 Australian Ave, Palm Beach Oct 29, 2008

That's a better line-up than Miami Spice and Dine Out Lauderdale put together.

A little bit about the organization:

We support emerging, niche, and grassroots hunger organizations that directly impact the issue of childhood hunger in South Florida. We raise funds, increase awareness, and advocate for change.

For more info about End Childhood Hunger, click here.

--Gail Shepherd

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Gail Shepherd
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