Adirondack Winery recently announced the release of its fourth annual “Drink Pink & Make Strides” Campaign with Drink Pink Berry Blush. This semi-sweet, raspberry flavored rose wine is designed to raise money for breast cancer awareness and happens to be one of the winery’s best sellers.
You can have a chance to enjoy this special wine at a Drink Pink wine tasting event, or you can contribute to the cause in a number of other ways as well.
Drink Pink Berry Blush and Other Wine-Related Items
Drink Pink Berry Blush is actually available all year, but it’s sporting a new label this month with a pink ribbon and a pink Adirondack Chair, designed by Adirondack Winery Co-Owner and President Sasha Pardy. For every bottle of Drink Pink Berry Blush sold during the month of October the winery is donating $4 towards Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
In addition to Drink Pink Berry Blush, Adirondack Winery is also offering several pink wine-related gift items for sale throughout October, with a portion of the sales being donated to the cause. These items include a Kiss the Cook Apron, Strawberry Mango Wine Cocktail & Slush Mix, and an Adirondack Winery Logo Pink Straw Sippy Cup.
These gift items along with the Drink Pink Berry Blush are available at the Lake George Tasting Room as well as at AdirondackWinery.com.
Drink Pink Weekend and Other Events
Drink Pink Fundraising Event Weekend: Oct 14 – Oct 16
Drink Pink Berry Blush will be highlighted at Adirondack Winery’s Drink Pink Fundraising Event Weekend October 14th through the 16th at their Lake George Tasting Room. Guests can enjoy Drink Pink Berry Blush along with wine slushies and handmade chocolates all weekend.
Drink Pink Glass Painting Parties: Oct 14 & Oct 21
You’ll have two chances to participate in a wine glass painting party: On October 14th and October 21st Adirondack Winery is hosting a Drink Pink Glass Painting Party, where LARAC Artist Kori White leads participants through painting a wine glass. The winery is donating $5 from the sale of each ticket to Making Strides.
Adirondack Winery has partnered up with the Warren County Chapter of the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Walk that is taking place on October 23rd at Queensbury High School.
Adirondack Winery is inviting customers, employees, friends, and family to join the Making Strides Walk. Last year, the winery raised $3,835 for Making Strides and they’re looking to surpass that this year with a goal of $4,000.
“We hope to play a small part in raising awareness and contributing to a world without breast cancer; a disease that has affected so many people right in our own community,” Pardy said in a statement.
Whether you check out the Drink Pink Fundraising Weekend, Drink Pink Glass Painting Parties, Making Strides Walk, or you just purchase Drink Pink or the other wine-related gift items available, we hope you’ll take some time this month to join Adirondack Winery in contributing to this great cause.