A wine and food festival called the Tango of the Vines will be coming soon to San Antonio on Saturday, November 9, and you should check it out if you can as it is for a worthy cause.
Taste your way through a variety of Texas wines while tempting your taste buds with delectable bites offered by top local restaurants. Tango of the Vines will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 6:30-10:30 pm. Like a perfect tango, wine & food are an excellent pairing for this adults-only benefit featuring live entertainment, a grape stomp, and silent auction all for a significant cause. Proceeds will benefit the Amniotic Fluid Embolism Foundation and fund research for amniotic fluid embolisms to seek prevention to reduce maternal and fetal death globally.
The event will be held at the Witte Museum at 3801 Broadway in San Antonio, and will be an evening you won’t soon forget. Tickets are $50 in advance or $60 at the door and $75 for VIP.
Guests will have the opportunity to visit with representatives from a variety of Texas wineries offering wine tastings such as Pedernales Cellars, Singing Water Vineyards, Becker Vineyards, Kiepersol Estates, Fiesta Winery, and more! Guests will also sample culinary masterpieces from top local restaurants such as Boiler House, Liberty Bar, and Urban Taco just to name a few. The El Tule Band will be playing high energy music for dancing.
On September 28, 2012 native San Antonian Michelle Moon suffered an Amniotic Fluid Embolism (AFE). Her life was unexpectedly threatened and turned upside down during what should have been one of the most joyous times of her young family’s life; the delivery of their second baby girl. The doctor’s gave Michelle a dismal 15% chance of surviving. However, with excellent and aggressive care at North Central Baptist Hospital she did survive. Shortly after returning home Michelle reached out to the AFE Foundation which provided her with the information she needed as well as connected her to other young mothers and families who had also suffered an AFE. Michelle and her husband, Andy, knew they wanted to do something to honor and recognize what had happened by helping others. All proceeds from this fantastic event will fund research being conducted by Baylor College of Medicine in conjunction with the Amniotic Fluid Embolism Foundation’s vision to better understand amniotic fluid embolisms and seek prevention to reduce maternal and fetal death globally.
The Tango of the Vines is for guests 21 and older. Parking is free. For more information call 210-362-0286 or visit http://afesupport.org/tango-of-the-vines-san-antonio-texas. You can also follow their Facebook page.