15  09.12.13 - “Vine is life" charitable auction 2013

AMD 61,146mln raised at Ameria Group charity auction for children treatment

AMD 61,146mln raised at Ameria Group charity auction for children treatment

PanARMENIAN.Net - A sum of AMD 30, 573 million was collected in the charity auction for children treatment and doubled by Ameria Group to reach AMD 61,146 million.

This year, Ameria Group's “Vine is life: wine tasting, charitable auction 2013” took place December 6. During the event, high-end grapes spirits were presented in Yerevan: cognac, wines, champagne and Armagnac by the world’s most prominent winemakers.

Some of the exclusive top-class cuvées have been specially delivered to Yerevan for this event. 70-year-old ARARAT Noyan Tapan Brandy, Pian delle Vigne, 2008(5L), Tignanello, 2010 (6L), fortified Madera White, 1877, Cristal Rose Vintage 2005 and other one-of-its-kind wines are among the lots of the auction.

The event brought together representatives of prominent companies and distinguished winemakers, among whom are representative of the world-famous Antinori family of winemakers, a professional sommelier from Riedel - the wine glass company with more than 250 years of history and other renowned specialists.

This is the fourth charity event of Ameria Group in four years, uniting businessmen to help kids struggling for life. The proceeds will be directed towards treatment of kids who are beneficiaries of Nvirir Kyanq (Gift a Life) charitable foundation, Let’s Help the Armenian Children, Children No Pain foundations and Echo NGO.

Ameria Group calls on everyone to join the initiative and all wishing to participate can make their donations to the special charity account # 1570036910764400 with Ameriabank.

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