Did someone say wine? Better yet, ORGANIC WINE? 🍇🍷
You're invited to our Organic Wine tasting night - the last one for 2018
Enjoy a range of organic wines as well as other non-alcoholic refreshments and healthy snacks (GF available).
Saturday the 30th of June at 4.30pm to 6.00pm at Body Mind Empowerment Centre, located at 5 Hall Street, Lyneham.
OVER $1,000 IN PRIZES TO BE WON ON THE NIGHT!
- Gift certificates* total value over $1000.
- Tamburlaine Organic Wine valued at over $100.
- Everybody who brings a friend will also be in the draw to win bottles of wine!
WHY ORGANIC WINE?
Apart from the general health benefits of wine, which include support for the regulation of blood pressure, maintaining cardiac health, a better metabolism, and boosting the immune system, wine, especially red wine, supplies your body with antioxidants that have many important health benefits as well as anti-aging properties. Another great reason for consuming ORGANIC red wine is that you are able to take advantage of all the health benefits wine has on your body, while also avoiding harmful chemicals!
Des Linehan, a Wellness Consultant, who came to our last event with his Bio-Photonic (antioxidant) Scanner - which was very popular with our guests - will be with us again to measure your antioxidant levels and provide some common sense lifestyle advice.
Learn more about the role antioxidants play, as well as how the Bio-Photonic Scanner works, here.
ABOUT TAMBURLAINE ORGANIC WINE
For the last 15 years, Tamburlaine Organic Wines has operated certified organic vineyards in the Hunter Valley and Orange Regions.
Their concept of ‘contemporary organics’ applies the best modern practice in vineyard and winery management ensuring the lowest environmental pollution and carbon footprint, without accepting pesticide residues.
Want to know more? Watch this video.
Keep up to date on & receive reminders on the Facebook Event page here.
RSVP by the 28th of June, 2018.
For more information on the event contact Sally by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (02) 6162 2919.