Hubbell & Hudson to Host Its Third Wine & Cheese Festival on October 22nd to Benefit Montgomery County Food Bank
Hubbell & Hudson is hosting its third annual Wine & Cheese Festival on Saturday, October 22nd from Noon-5 PM.
The Wine & Cheese Festival is a great way for wine and cheese lovers to discover new products and become acquainted with unique pairings. The event will feature numerous vendors sampling various local, domestic and imported wines from Antinori, Domaine Chandon, Michael David, Retreat Hill, Bernhardt wineries and more. A large selection of imported and domestic cheeses exclusively selected by Hubbell & Hudson’s cheesemongers will be paired with wines.
Attendees of the Wine & Cheese Festival will also be able to sample Hubbell & Hudson’s Holiday Catering menu, featuring a Hubbell & Hudson exclusive Ho-Ka Turkey – from Howard Kauffman Turkey Farms - Waterman, Illinois, as well as the chef-prepared, house-made Thanksgiving side dishes.
Hubbell & Hudson will charge $5 fee for the Wine & Cheese tasting. The proceeds will benefit Montgomery County Food Bank, to create funds for this hunger relief charity to be used during the upcoming holidays. The Montgomery County Food Bank urges everyone to get involved in fighting hunger through food drives, donations, and volunteering. For more information go to www.MontgomeryCountyFoodBank.com or call 936.539.6686.
Hubbell & Hudson will also donate $2 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation for every bottle of Domaine Chandon sparkling or still wine sold in October, as part of the Chandon’s national “Here’s to Hope” program.
Hubbell & Hudson Market is located at 24 Waterway Avenue in The Woodlands Town Center, near by the Market Street and The Woodlands Mall. Participants are required to verify age for the tasting.
Hubbell & Hudson Media Contact :
Director of Marketing
Hubbell & Hudson Market
24 Waterway Ave. The Woodlands, TX 77380
About Montgomery County Food Bank
The mission of the Montgomery County Food Bank is “Feed the Hungry of Montgomery County”. As the County’s largest hunger relief charity, the MCFB addresses hunger in all of its forms. Our 50 member agencies fulfill over 30,000 food requests each month, with 40% children and 10% seniors. The MCFB survives on monetary and food donations, grants, and volunteers. It takes approximately 1000 volunteer hours a month to sort, box, and weigh the food for delivery. In 2010 the MCFB distributed nearly 6 million pounds of food and grocery product.
To learn how you can support the Montgomery County Food Bank and fight hunger in Montgomery County, call 936.539.6686 or visit our website at www.montgomerycountyfoodbank.com
or visit us on Face Book at facebook.com/ Montgomery-County-Food-Bank. Donations may be dropped off at the Food Bank located at 111 South 2nd Street in Conroe.