Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate presents the 12th annual World Wine Tour, benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities® Southwest Florida
FORT MYERS, FL. (October 25, 2019)—Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate presents the 12th annual World Wine Tour, benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities® Southwest Florida on Saturday, November 2, 2019, at the stunning Shangri-La Springs in Bonita Springs. Beginning at 4:30 p.m., wine enthusiasts will tour and sip a variety of domestic and international wines, hand-selected by the owner of The Wine Store Naples. Guests will also enjoy lite bites from participating local restaurants, a raffle, and musical entertainment by Spotlight Entertainment of SWFL.
Guests that register early online have the exclusive benefit to book advance dinner reservations for Harvest & Wisdom for the evening of World Wine Tour. The restaurant is currently serving lunch but will open its doors to our guests for dinner after the event! Don’t miss out on the first taste of Harvest & Wisdom.
Admission to the event is $75 per person. VIP tickets are available for $125 per person which include event entry, designated VIP to enjoy exclusive samplings of Shangri-La Spring’s very own organic wine and beer, along with delicious samplings from the new organic restaurant, Harvest & Wisdom.
Tickets can be purchased at www.rmhcswfl.org/events
About Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Southwest Florida
Since its founding in 1996, Ronald McDonald House has served thousands of families from Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Glades and Hendry counties, and other states and countries. Here, families find a “home away from home” while their children are undergoing medical treatment at Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida. Additional thousands are served by the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile® program, two mobile healthcare units providing medical and dental services to underserved children, and by the Ronald McDonald Family Room®, located in Golisano Children’s Hospital.
About Shangri-La Springs
Following the path of our roots, Shangri-La Springs continues as a center for vitality through healing arts and nature. They integrate this tradition into everything that they currently offer. They have a strong focus on natural and organic body treatments in their full-service organic spa. They source the highest quality local organic ingredients for Harvest & Wisdom our organic restaurant including garden-to-table from the certified organic garden and orchard on their property. They host a selection of classes, programs, and workshops for a variety of practices lead by knowledgeable and passionate teachers. Most importantly, they believe the land itself has a great impact on health and vitality. People know when they walk on these grounds that they are somewhere special. It is described as magical, a strong energy, center of peace, sanctity and a sense of connection to all. The spring to which Bonita Springs gets its name is on these lush grounds. Two giant Mysore fig trees stand tall and full amongst the historic buildings where programs, dining and private events take place. The unique, rich landscape that makes southwest Florida known as a paradise is exemplified on these grounds. One can’t help but integrate the beauty of the earth and the power of its presence in all activities that take place at Shangri-La Springs.