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Hot Date: Texas de Brazil wine tasting to benefit Armed Forces on March 27 (Addison) and April 5 (Fort Worth)


Dallas-based Texas de Brazil is hosting a multi-city wine tasting event that will to raise funds to help our Armed Forces. The eat-as-much-as-you-want churrascaria is partnering with Argentina wine producer Bodegas Salentein on the March 27th – April 5th wine tastings. Funds raised go to the American Red Cross Service to fund aid to the Armed Forces.

For every $35 ticket purchased, $30 will be donated. Since 2011, Texas de Brazil says they’ve raised nearly $220,000 for the American Red Cross through this annual promotion.

In DFW, the benefits are slated for Tuesday, March 27th (Addison) and Thursday, April 5th (Fort Worth) from 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m.

The four wines all come from Mendoza’s Uco Valley and will range from Portillo sauvignon blanc, and Portillo pinot noir to Killka malbec, Salentein Reserve chardonnay, Salentein Reserve cabernet sauvignon and Bodegas salentein Numina.  Bites include Brazilian sausage, chicken wrapped in bacon, garlic picanha, plus a specialty crostini and Brazilian cheese bread.

“Every day, the American Red Cross provides 24/7 global emergency communication services and support in military and veteran health care facilities across the country and around the world. Representatives will be present to share their efforts and impact,” says a Texas de Brazil email about the tasting events.

You can purchase tickets to the tastings here.

 

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