Please help to sponsor this year’s Turning Wine Into Water event which will be held on Saturday April 13, 2019 at 7 PM at the:
Roberto Clemente Museum
Engine House 25 Winery
Last year’s event sold out long before the event date, so make sure to sign up early this year. Get your reservations in now to come and meet the Ingomar Living Waters team, enjoy great food, taste some outstanding wine selections, meet representatives from those organizations we fund, bid on special auction items, and most importantly, help us to raise money for the creation and care of clean water solutions for communities in need worldwide!
Exclusive Wine Tasting
As in prior years, some sponsorship levels come with reservations for the VIP session which occurs from 5:45 to 6:45 PM, prior to the main event. The VIP session will be held in the wine cellar at Engine House 25. At the VIP session, you will will hear a brief update from the leadership of Ingomar Living Waters as to what was accomplished in the past year, and have the opportunity to ask questions and provide input.
New for 2019!
New in 2019, if you are not attending the VIP Session, come participate in a wine pairing session from 5:45 to 6:45 PM, prior to the main event. For an additional $150 per person, join us next door in Arriba where a sommelier will lead those attending through a pairing of nine wines coupled with the perfect sample of dinner or dessert items. It is sure to be fun and educational and — here’s the best part — your participation will help fund a well! Space is limited to 40 participants.
You can make your reservations for the 2019 Turning Wine Into Water event in one of two ways. Either click the event brochure and print the Sponsorship Registration Form page, fill it out, and return it with a check in the mail. Or click to access the online registration form and pay via credit card.
showcases the world’s largest exhibited collection of baseball artifacts, works of art, literature, photographs, memorabilia and related materials focusing on Roberto Clemente, his teammates, his personal life and his humanitarian causes.
building dates back to 1896 when it was an active fire house. Duane Rieder bought the building in 1995 to use for his photography studio. Today it houses his commercial photography business, the museum, the winery and an event venue. Rieder has created special batch wines for legends like Mario Lemieux, and many of Pittsburgh’s sports greats are regular customers.