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Limited tickets remain for Jan. 13 Pull the Cork wine event to benefit Lee BIA Builders Care

A limited number of tickets remain for Pull the Cork on Jan. 13, an intimate evening of wine and giving to benefit Lee BIA Builders Care.

Pull the Cork brings the “best of the best” boutique wines and gourmet food for a four-course seated dinner, wine tasting with renowned vintner B. Wise Vineyards and auction. A selection of wines from B. Wise Vineyards’ award-winning portfolio will be poured by Kurt Boldt while educating guests on all aspects of the wine. The tasting will be artfully paired with a four-course menu by Chef Drew Tait of The Forest Country Club and followed by a live auction with a selection of rare magnum wines up for bid.

Pull the Cork will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 13 at The Forest Country Club, located at 6100 Club Blvd. S.W. in Fort Myers. Tickets are $400 per person, or $3,200 for a table of eight people.

Proceeds from the event will support Lee BIA Builders Care, the nonprofit charitable arm of the Lee Building Industry Association (BIA), in its mission of providing emergency construction services at no cost to needy and deserving elderly and/or disabled homeowners, and their families, who cannot obtain repairs through traditional means. To date, Lee BIA Builders Care has helped more than 500 Lee County households and provided over $5 million in emergency construction services and materials at no cost to families and local homeowners in need.

Pull the Cork is presented by LSI Companies. Additional sponsors include Sage Communities, Stevens Construction, Busey Bank, Rist Family Foundation, Christopher Alan Homes, Priority Marketing, Ken Sneeden & Associates, Huether, Pavese Law Firm and Morris-Depew Associates.

To learn more or purchase tickets for the event, visit PullTheCork.org.

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