New Mass Ave. wine tasting spot helps charities

Posted at 1:13 PM, May 10, 2018
and last updated 2018-05-10 14:26:24-04

INDIANAPOLIS -- A new wine tasting room in downtown Indianapolis will help support charities when you make purchases. 

Peace Water Winery, located at 747 N. College Ave., will donate 50 percent of its profits to charities, all chosen by the owner's children. 

When you buy a bottle of wine, you get a token. You drop it in a nearby bucket to decide which of the eight charities to support.

"We wanted to plant seeds of giving," owner Scott Burton said. "So like I mentioned, you get an actual token, and you have a choice and you get to see what charities are involved.  And maybe, that will plant a seed that will have a more lasting affect."

Burton said he and his wife wanted to try something fun and different, so he opened the wine tasting business. They have another location in Carmel, Indiana. 

Peace Water Winery is also BYOF -- bring your own food. 

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