#IllinoisWine Raffle Ticket

$50.00

#IllinoisWine Raffle
Your chance to win your very own Illinois Wine Cellar! 200 bottles of wine. 24 possible winners. 400 tickets. Tickets are $50 per entry and are on sale NOW through September 24, 2020. Winners will be drawn at 2:00 pm on September 29, 2020 and are subject to verification of eligibility.

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Who can participate?

Illinois residents age 21 or older.

How can I enter?

Buy a raffle ticket for $50! Ticket sales are online only at ​www.illinoiswine.com/raffle​. Only 400 tickets are available..

What can I win?

Grand Prize:​ 48 bottles of wine (that’s 4 cases!!) 2nd Place​: 36 bottles of wine (3 cases)
3rd Place: ​ 24 bottles of wine (2 cases)
4th Place:​ 12 bottles of wine (1 case)
Ten winners​ will receive 6 bottles of wine
Ten winners​ will receive 2 bottles of wine
When all 400 tickets are sold, 200 bottles of wine will be awarded as outlined above to 24 winners. In the event all tickets are not sold, IGGVA reserves the right to reduce the total number of bottles awarded accordingly.

When do ticket sales begin and end?

Ticket sales begin on May 25, 2020. Ticket sales end on September 24, 2020 or when all tickets are sold.

When do ticket sales begin and end?

Ticket sales begin on May 25, 2020. Ticket sales end on September 24, 2020 or when all tickets are sold.

When will the winners be selected and notified?

The date and time of the random drawing is September 29, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. Location of the drawing is 901 S. 2nd Street, Suite 101, Springfield, IL, 62704. Drawing is not open to the public. Winners will be notified by phone and/or email. Winners will be asked to verify eligibility before prizes are distributed. Applicable taxes will be the responsibility of the individual winners.

Who is this raffle benefiting?

This raffle is a fundraiser for Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Alliance. License # 2020-00131 was issued to Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Alliance by the Sangamon County Clerk on May 20, 2020.

A portion of our proceeds will also benefit our friends at Feeding Illinois​.

Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Alliance is an agricultural non-profit organization that supports the interests of Illinois grape growers and winemakers in the areas of advocacy, education, marketing and research.

Illinois Wine experiences are diverse, yet we’re all united with a passion and pride in creating and enjoying hand-crafted wines in the Land of Lincoln. Illinois is home to more than 165 wineries –it’s no wonder Illinois is Wine!

A message from IGGVA:

“Businesses and individuals alike are all struggling to find our new normal in a post-COVID-19 environment. IGGVA’s board of directors recognizes that there are individuals and families in dire need of help right now to provide food for their families. We wanted to support another non-profit with this fundraiser, and I can’t think of a better partner than Feeding Illinois – and the 8 food banks that they support.” P​eggy Harmston, IGGVA President.

A message from our friends at Feeding Illinois:

During this extraordinarily challenging time, the eight (Feeding America) food banks and their local networks of community agencies that serve Illinois are working relentlessly to ensure that nobody in our local communities goes hungry,” said S​teve Ericson, Executive Director for Feeding Illinois.​ “The need for food and nutrition is growing exponentially due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic effects. “Thank you” to the ​Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Alliance ​for partnering to help residents in need across our state. Support from agricultural industries and groups such as theirs is sincerely appreciated and will have an immediate impact.

GOVERNMENT WARNING:

GOVERNMENT WARNING: (1) According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects. (2) Consumption of alcoholic beverages impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.