The store plans to host a free wine tasting tomorrow (Friday, Jan. 10) to talk about the widespread fires in Australia.
People will be able to taste Australian red wines, Anthony Quinn, the event organizer and store manager, told Tysons Reporter.
“It’s a small contribution we’re making,” Quinn said about the event, adding that he hopes people will consider donating to help combat the fires.
The event is set to take place at 4 p.m. The store is located at 114 Church Street NW.
“I’m excited about this,” Quinn told Tysons Reporter. “This is going to be fun.”
He said he hopes to hold more events in the future to raise awareness about the fire.
“It’s about being tied in with the community and being aware of things,” Quinn said.
Photo via The Vienna Wine Outlet/Facebook
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