Wines from around the world – chance to win with wine!

Join us as we taste and learn about wines from some lesser known but promising regions of the world.

MONDAY – OCTOBER 12th, 7pm – $10
Banksville Road – Pittsburgh

This is the first tasting in a series of tastings being sponsored by Waddell & Reed.

Thanks to financial advisor and wine lover Chris Rondinelli, Grape Thoughts is offering a series of affordable wine tastings.

The tastings will only be $10, and you will be entered to have a chance to win $2500 for yourself and $2500 donated to your choice of charity.

These tastings will be once per month, and Chris will be making short 5-10 minutes presentations.

You will only be able to attend one event during this series.

For every friend that you invite that attends with you, or attends a later event, you will get another entry into the $5000 drawing.

Chris will be showing an energetic 5 minute video called “The Infinite Loop” which shares interesting facts about the world economy.
It looks at different financial opportunities related to world growth, and with that theme, this event will be focusing on wine growths from around the world. There will be cheeses and some snacks from around the world as well.

This tasting will be at the Cut N Run Productions studio on Banksville Road.

Cut N Run Productions

1701 Banksville Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
412 440 6951

Space is limited, RSVPs are not final until payment is received.

You can pay by check, sent to
Grape Thoughts
460 Porter Street
Springdale, PA 15144

or you can pay online, via


Meetup.com

3 thoughts on “Wines from around the world – chance to win with wine!

  1. Is this for real? Well, I think there’s nothing wrong if I give it a try. In fact there are only two consequences either you win some or win more.  I like the advertisement so much. Cleverly done!

  2. Not bad for a wine tasting. Besides the purpose you came here is not the prize, it’s all about the wine. It’s just that it is stated in a very persuasive way. Pertaining to that it’s effective, really it is

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