Legendary Notre Dame and professional quarterback Rick Mirer hosts benefit and wine tasting at Real Food & Spirits

Brian Lussier, Chris Lussier, Sean Murphy (ND 98), Brian Vernetti (ND 01)

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Legendary Notre Dame and professional quarterback Rick Mirer, owner of the award-winning Mirror Winery, hosted a benefit and wine tasting of his select wines on Sept. 7 at Real Food & Spirits, located at 124 S. Solana Hills Dr. in Solana Beach (www.realfoodandspirits.com).

Proceeds will benefit the Rick Mirer Foundation, which supports, The United Way, Boys and Girls Clubs and Make-a-Wish Foundation. After the tasting the Notre Dame vs. Michigan football game was shown.

Photos/McKenzie Images.

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