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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