Drinking Wine Is Good For The "Heart" & Environment

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Guests can make a positive contribution to their health and "Heart," the Hope Heart Institute that is, at Kirkland Uncorked a festival of art, style and taste July 17-19 in Marina Park.

Guests can make a positive contribution to their health and "Heart," the Hope Heart Institute that is, at Kirkland Uncorked a festival of art, style and taste July 17-19 in Marina Park.

To help guests make a difference, Kirkland Uncorked has partnered with The Hope Heart Institute as the festival beneficiary. The Hope Heart Institute has a 50-year history of revolutionary medical advances and educational curriculums that make heart disease -- America's #1 cause of death -- more treatable, beatable and preventable.

To ensure everyone has a chance to contribute, the festival offers unique wine tasting for all regardless of wine experience. By providing an opportunity to sample a wide variety of wines in a beautiful, relaxed setting, Kirkland Uncorked stands alone as an affordable, matchless wine event. The festival brings the world-class experience of expert vintners right to guest's wine glasses.

Wine drinkers are not only helping hearts, they're saving salmon. This year, Kirkland Uncorked has gone Salmon Safe! Sample the 98.1 Classical KING-FM signature wine by Terra Blanca and learn about a new way to buy wine, the Salmon Safe way.

After finding a new wine to indulge in, guests are encouraged to take a bottle home. At the Kirkland Uncorked Wine Shop, presented by The Grape Choice, bottles from festival wineries are available for purchase at special event prices.

To learn more about the Kirkland Uncorked wines, restaurants, art and hotel packages, or to purchase advance tickets for the Tasting and Lifestyle Garden visit http://www.kirklanduncorked.com .

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