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August 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Come mingle and network with other young professionals over Israeli wine & cheese, and hear about how Wine on the Vine is supporting remarkable charities in Israel.
Wine on the vine is being introduced to the Scottsdale community, bringing you a magical evening of wine tasting through educating attendees about Israel’s vast wine production. Come out to support Israel and revitalize our connection with its exquisite culture, while enjoying wine, refreshments, and good Israel vibes. This event is hosted by the Kanefsky family.
$18 per person; tickets are limited
With each ticket you get:
UNLIMITED fine Israeli Wine
A VINE planted in an Israeli vineyard in your honor!
Presentation from the founder of The Israel Innovation Fund, Adam Bellos, and the head of the Wine on the Vine project, Tatiana Hasson
What is Wine on the Vine?
An organization that makes universal connections through wine, allowing you to connect to the land and spirit of Israel in a tangible way. WOTV redefines and revitalizes how people relate to Israel’s culture by investing in Israeli wine production. This project is in partnership with elite wineries throughout Israel, some of which include Carmel, Psagot, Tabor, Tulip, and Gush Etzion as well as other Israeli NGOs. The goal is to create a way for people to support the Israeli economy in both a meaningful and enjoyable way.
How the donation process works:
For $18, you buy a grapevine, and WOTV plants it in a top vineyard of your choosing.
*** All event proceeds are being donated to The Israel Innovation Fund**
ABOUT TIIF: The Israel Innovation Fund (TIIF) is registered in the U.S. as a 501(c)3 non-profit and in Israel as a nonprofit organization. Our headquarters is in the Neve Tzedek neighborhood of Tel Aviv and we sponsor activities in Jerusalem, all over Israel and in North America. Our vision is to reignite the Zionist spirit in the 21st century by connecting people around the world to Israel through the vibrancy and creativity of contemporary Israeli culture. Learn more at www.tiif.org