Sunday, October 1, 2017

23 year old Pappy donated to Fountain Fest in Little Rock

Thanks to business owner John Crow featuerd on the right, a bottle of 23 year old PVW is being donated to the Fountain Fest at the Arkansas Arts Center.

Crow, a resident of North Little Rock's Argenta District, is a member and past chairman of the Argenta Downtown Council. And he's a member of the Arkansas Arts Center's Contemporaries, an affiliate-membership group of mostly young professionals who are enthusiastic about art and about supporting it. John Crow also is the owner of 107 Liquor in Sherwood.

It's a bottle of 23-year-reserve Pappy van Winkle Family Reserve, which Crow describes as "the oldest expression of the most sought-after bourbon in the world." They'll raffle it off, along with a Louis Vuitton purse worth more than $1,000, that evening. Raffle tickets are $10.

The bottle cost to a liquor store is about $250, but assuming you could find a bottle in a store, neither Crow nor Jansen would put a retail price on it.

The event begins October 19th at 5PM and tickets are $25. Call (501) 396-0337 or buy your raffle ticket at arkansasartscenter.org/fountain-fest

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