Toasting a Great CauseAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Giving back always feels good, but now it tastes good too!
DeLoach Vineyards today announced the release of its 2009 ‘Vinthropic’ Sonoma County Chardonnay. Continuing the Boisset family’s Fight Against Hunger campaign that started last summer, all proceeds from sales of the wine will be donated to the Redwood Empire Food Bank, Sonoma County’s largest hunger-relief organization.
“It is sometimes hardest to care for those closest to us—to recognize and confront the need immediately in our own neighborhoods,” says Jean-Charles Boisset, President of Boisset Family Estates. “Our communities represent the fabric of who we are, where we stem from and the future of our united nations.”
‘Vinthropic’ Chardonnay is available for $15 per bottle at the DeLoach Vineyards tasting room, the new Boisset Taste of Terroir tasting salon in Healdsburg and also DeLoach Vineyards’ website. The wine is also available for retailers and restaurateurs wishing to support the cause.
Says DeLoach Vineyards’ Winemaker Brian Maloney, “This lush and refreshing wine brings out the warmth of Sonoma County and we are truly proud for the opportunity to support the Redwood Empire Food Bank.”
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