Do you need something to do this weekend? How about something fun that gives back to the community in Adelaide?
Vinomofo is calling for people to help out with the Homeless Grapes Project on Saturday, 18 March 2017. The call went out to wine enthusiasts, casual drinkers and sneaky tipple-ers; I am none of those things but I still think this is an amazing project that I would be happy to get behind if I didn’t have a full calendar.
The Homeless Grapes Project works together with the best in the industry to create a local South Australian wine each year; 100% of the proceeds then go to the Hutt Street Centre to support their vital projects helping Adelaide’s homeless people.
The 2016 vintage Shiraz is about to be released to customers and the project now needs help from the South Australian public to pick the grapes for the 2017 vintage.
Volunteers of all ages are welcome to pick at the old Potters Clay Vineyard in McLaren Vale on Saturday March 18.
Local resident and Vinomofo CEO, Andre Eikmeier said it’s a great opportunity for the Adelaide public to get involved in a worthy cause that helps so many local people.
The new winemaker for the 2018 vintage has been confirmed as the award-winning Alexia Roberts from Penny’s Hill.
Homeless Grapes Picking
Where: Old Potters Clay Vineyard, 210 Main Road, Willunga
When: Saturday, 18 March 2017
Time: From 8am.
Volunteers of all ages are welcome and will be treated to an amazing experience for a worthy local cause.