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Water Tower Fine Wines hosts fundraiser

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Water Tower Fine Wines hosted a benefit on Sunday.

The company charged customers $40 to taste some of their most popular wines. 

All of the proceeds went toward the League for Animal Welfare. 

The League for Animal Welfare is a no-kill shelter that helps find pets new homes.

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