Uva Wine Bar Donates $2,500 to Beth Israel Deaconess – Plymouth Breast Center as Result of Its “Clink For Pink” Campaign

PLYMOUTH, MA (November 11, 2019) – In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Uva Wine Bar, the South Shore’s first and only self-serve wine bar created a month-long “Clink for Pink” campaign to raise funds for Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital’s Plymouth Breast Center. This year, Uva raised $2,500 through wine sales and special events for the center.

During the Clink for Pink campaign, Uva raised funds through sales from selected popular wines as well as through special events, including a paint night with KC Originals and a wine tasting with Martignetti (Carolina Division).

“We’d like to thank everybody who participated in the fundraising efforts at Uva throughout the month of October,” said Katy Gaenicke, co-owner of Uva Wine Bar. “Not only our customers who ‘drank for a cause,’ but also to or our key wine distributors for donating the wine – 21st Century and Martignetti Carolina Division.”

Uva Wine Bar, located at 46 Main St in Plymouth, Mass. offers 48 different wines from around the world through self-serve WineStations. Customers can get a 1.5 oz. taste, a half glass 3 oz., or a full 6 oz. pour of any of the wines. The wine bar was founded in 2019 by Katy Gaenicke and Michelle Manware who share a passion for wine and decided to open Uva after discovering the self-serve technology while on vacation. Uva’s operating hours are 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday, 3 to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 3 to 11 p.m. Friday, and 2 to 11 p.m. Saturday. For more information visit www.uvawineplymouth.com

 

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Uva Wine Bar Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month With a “Clink For Pink” Campaign

Proceeds to Benefit Beth Israel Deaconess – Plymouth Breast Center

PLYMOUTH, MA (September 18, 2019) – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Uva Wine Bar, the South Shore’s first and only self-serve wine bar is observing with a month-long “Clink for Pink” campaign that will benefit Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital’s Plymouth Breast Center. Throughout the month of October, Uva will donate a portion of proceeds from wine sales at Uva, and will also host several events where proceeds will go to the local hospital.

Uva’s co-owner, Michelle Manware also works at BID-Plymouth Ob-Gyn & Midwifery as a Physician Assistant, so it is a natural choice for Uva to raise funds for this local organization.

“This month gives us the opportunity to give back to a local organization that is near and dear to our heart, and does so much for women (and men) in the Plymouth community who are affected by Breast Cancer,” said Michelle Manware, Uva Wine Bar co-owner. We are honored to help raise funds so they can continue to provide vital resources for Plymouth area patients.”

During the Clink for Pink campaign, Uva will donate 50% of proceeds from the sales of three popular wine brands (one white, one rosé and one red).   Each of the wines will be marked with pink ribbons so that customers will know that when they choose those wines to drink, they will be supporting BID – Plymouth Breast Center.

Uva customers can also participate in a series of events at Uva that will help benefit BID-Plymouth Breast Center in October:

  • YOGA CLASS – On Saturday, October 5 at 12:00 p.m. Uva will host a special yoga class with My Heart Rocks Yoga. Tickets cost $35 and include a 1 hour yoga class lead by Sarah Drane from My Heart Rocks Yoga, a glass of wine and cheese and charcuterie. 100% of proceeds will benefit BID-Plymouth Breast Center. Tickets can be purchased here.
  • BARRE CLASS – On Sunday, October 6 at 12:00 p.m., Pure Motion Barre and Uva will host a Barre exercise class. Tickets cost $35 and include the class lead by Stephanie Boggier from Pure Motion Barre, a glass of wine and cheese and charcuterie. 100% of proceeds will benefit BID-Plymouth Breast Center. Tickets can be purchased here.
  • PAINT CLASS – On Monday, October 7 at 7:00 p.m., KC Originals and Uva will host a paint night where customers can paint their own fall harvest wooden pumpkin decorations. All supplies will be provided and tickets cost $48, with $10 from each ticket benefiting BID-Plymouth Breast Center. Tickets can be purchased here.
  • ROSÉ WINE TASTING – Rosé is the perfect wine to celebrate Clink for Pink at Uva! During this event, customers will get to taste four different rosé wines from different regions of the world. They will learn about what grapes are used to make rosé and what makes one rosé different from another. There will be food pairings for each wine. Tickets cost $35 and 100% of the proceeds will benefit BID-Plymouth Breast Center. Tickets can be purchased here.

Uva Wine Bar, located at 46 Main St in Plymouth, Mass. offers 48 different wines from around the world through self-serve WineStations. Customers can get a 1.5 oz. taste, a half glass 3 oz., or a full 6 oz. pour of any of the wines. The wine bar was founded in 2019 by Katy Gaenicke and Michelle Manware who share a passion for wine and decided to open Uva after discovering the self-serve technology while on vacation. Uva’s operating hours are 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday, 3 to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 3 to 11 p.m. Friday, and 2 to 11 p.m. Saturday. For more information visit www.uvawineplymouth.com

 

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Uva Wine Bar and Craft Beer Cellar Team Up to Sell Wine To Go

PLYMOUTH, MA (August 29, 2019) – Uva Wine Bar, the South Shore’s first and only self-serve wine bar located at 46 Main St. has teamed up with another local business on Main St., Craft Beer Cellar to offer “off premise” wine sales for customers. Craft Beer Cellar, who already sells wine, will offer a variety of featured wines at Uva that are not typically found in liquor stores.

Uva wine bar offers 48 different wines from around the world through self-serve WineStations. Customers can get a 1.5 oz. taste, a half glass 3 oz., or a full 6 oz. pour of any of the wines, however all Uva wines must be consumed on premise at Uva. Now, through this partnership with Craft Beer Cellar customers will be able to purchase full bottles of the top selling Uva wines right down the street.

“From the very beginning, our customers have been asking if they could purchase the wines they enjoy at Uva, to go. We’ve had to tell them that they could not, much to their disappointment. This partnership with Craft Beer Cellar will be a win-win for all involved,” said Katy Gaenicke, general manager and co-owner at Uva Wine Bar.

“We are excited to create this relationship with another local business and feature Uva’s wines at Craft Beer Cellar,” said Tatum Stewart, owner of Craft Beer Cellar. “When customers come in to Craft Beer Cellar they will see a designated space where they can find the featured wines they enjoyed at Uva.”

“The wines we select to feature at Uva are from smaller boutique wineries around the world and are not readily available through liquor stores or even boutique wine shops,” said Michelle Manware, wine director and co-owner at Uva Wine Bar. “We actively seek out wines that are unique and have high quality, smaller productions. We are thrilled that our customers can now find many of those wines to enjoy at home after they discover them at Uva.”

Uva Wine Bar is located at 46 Main St. in Plymouth, Mass. It was founded in 2019 by Katy Gaenicke and Michelle Manware who share a passion for wine and decided to open Uva after discovering the self-serve technology while on vacation. Uva’s operating hours are 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday, 3 to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 3 to 11 p.m. Friday, and 2 to 11 p.m. Saturday. For more information visit www.uvawineplymouth.com

Craft Beer Cellar Plymouth is located at 31 Main St. in Plymouth, Mass. It is independently owned and operated, but part of the Craft Beer Cellar franchise which opened in 2010 in Belmont, MA, and now has 27 stores open around the country. Craft Beer Cellar Plymouth opened in 2014 and is a premier craft beer and boutique wine store with a focus on local, regional, US and international craft beer and boutique wines. For more information visit https://plymouth.craftbeercellar.com/

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Uva Wine Bar Celebrates Teachers With ½ Priced Desserts and a School Supply Donation Campaign

Uva Wine Bar Celebrates Teachers With ½ Priced Desserts and a School Supply Donation Campaign

PLYMOUTH, MA (August 19, 2019) – Back to school season can be hectic and stressful for kids and parents, but it is especially so for teachers who have to get out of summer vacation mode and start stocking their classrooms and creating lesson plans to educate America’s future leaders. Uva Wine Bar, the South Shore’s first and only self-serve wine bar located at 46 Main St. in Plymouth, Mass. is hoping to alleviate the stress of the season by offering all teachers a ½ price dessert with any wine purchase throughout the month of September. Additionally, Uva is collecting school supplies from customers, that will be donated to Plymouth area schools.

“Teachers are often forgotten in the shuffle of back to school activities and don’t really get the recognition they deserve until Teacher Appreciation Week in May. They, too have to kick into gear and change their lives for the school season, so we wanted to do something for them to help ease the transition,” said Katy Gaenicke, Uva Wine Bar co-owner. “After a stressful day of teaching our kids, we hope they will come in to Uva to enjoy a glass a wine with their friends and co-workers and also enjoy a half price dessert – they deserve it!”

Uva is also getting their customers involved in helping local teachers. Every time an Uva customer makes a donation of school supplies at Uva Wine Bar (valued at least $5), they will receive two free Fedele’s truffles with their wine purchase. The donation bin is located in Uva Wine Bar and donations will be accepted from August 25 – September 30, 2019.

Uva Wine Bar, located at 46 Main St in Plymouth, Mass. offers 48 different wines from around the world through self-serve WineStations. Customers can get a 1.5 oz. taste, a half glass 3 oz., or a full 6 oz. pour of any of the wines. The wine bar was founded in 2019 by Katy Gaenicke and Michelle Manware who share a passion for wine and decided to open Uva after discovering the self-serve technology while on vacation. Uva’s operating hours are 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday, 3 to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 3 to 11 p.m. Friday, and 2 to 11 p.m. Saturday. For more information visit www.uvawineplymouth.com

 

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