Medical Missionaries 25th Anniversary Celebration

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Come join Medical Missionaries as we celebrate 25 years of service to the poorest of the poor at Doukénie winery on Sunday, October 16th!

With your $50 ticket, you will get a generous tasting of award-winning Doukénie wines, a variety of delicious appetizers and desserts.   We will have food and tastings under the lovely gazebo with Adirondack chairs and tables by the pond for your use.  If you prefer to spread out more, feel free to bring a blanket and relax at one of Virginia’s finest estate wineries.

In addition to the two glasses included in your ticket, we will be selling wine by the glass but not by the bottle. You can purchase bottles of wine to take home from the winery but will be unable to open and consume them at our event due to licensing mandates.

Mike Morch and his band will be providing live music (jazz, hits from the 60s, 70s, and 80s). We will also have lawn games and plenty of space to spread out and enjoy the beautiful views at Doukénie, one of the best wineries in Virginia wine country.

Children under the age of 21 do not need a ticket. Tickets are non-refundable. Rain or shine.


We are selling raffle tickets online and you do not need to be at the event to win. Simply purchase the tickets online and we will notify you if you win. We can ship winning prizes anywhere!

The raffles will be gift card bundles with the following themes:

  • Dine Around (ie; Olive Garden, Dairy Queen)
  • Entertainment (ie: Google Play, Fandango)
  • Shop Until You Drop (ie: Amazon)


We look forward to seeing you at the winery supporting our many projects for those in need.

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