WORCESTER – If you ask Sang Chhoeuk what he likes most about owning The Wine Vine, his answer is “The neighborhood. Regular customers who have become friends and made us part of their community.”
Located at 142 Highland Street in Worcester, Sang and his wife Camille are celebrating 13 years as owners of their family run wine, craft beer, tea, and specialty gourmet shop, The Wine Vine, with an open house this Saturday, May 4, from 2 PM to 5 PM.
A destination for those interested in a personal, friendly, down-to-earth approach to wine selection, guests of the event will enjoy wine and cheese tastings, music by Charles Ketter, and 25% off all wine in the store. From wines for every day, to the most sought after Bordeaux collection in our area, there is sure to be something for every palette. In addition, local artists Joanne Quinn, Carrie Nixon, Susan H. Sammons, and Gerard Blouin from Prints and Potter Gallery (which shares the same building as The Wine Vine) will be at the event speaking with guests about their work.
Special order wines, locating hard-to-find-wines, and finding that specific year to celebrate a special event, The Wine Vine can fill all of your requests, including holiday and corporate wine gift baskets, a personalized product exclusive to the store, Camille is an expert at putting together just the right items for your giving needs, and if you attend the event on Saturday you will have a chance to win one!
Sang and Camille enjoy sharing their passion with their customers. Built on quality, expertise, and word of mouth, their commitment to their community shows in all that they give back to the neighborhood they love. “We don’t do a lot of advertising. We rely on our customers to share our business with friends. That lets us put money into supporting organizations and causes that support our local community.”
Wine is meant to be fun, and The Wine Vine 13th Anniversary Event is sure to be an enjoyable experience.
For more information about The Wine Vine and their upcoming event, visit https://www.winevine.org/.
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