ONEHOPE WINE: CONSUME FOR A CAUSE!
Updated: Aug 14, 2019
ONEHOPE Wine: Consume For a Cause! …as if we needed another reason to drink! 📷
ONEHOPE Wine donates half of their profits to a charity of your choice, so why drink anywhere else? I recently paired up with Traci, a ONEHOPE wine distributor for a tasting event to raise awareness for the ONEHOPE philanthropic efforts.
Here’s how it works: ONEHOPE screens all nonprofit organizations to ensure each company’s integrity. These charities are then strategically paired with a wine that compliments their pursuit while working diligently to build a campaign that supports their cause. Then, you get all your friends to buy bottles and … brunch! Haha
I stopped by my friends at Atelier K with a bottle of the Pomegranate Flavored Sparkling Wine, a perfect compliment to our Sunday design session.
To collaborate with ONEHOPE and a charity of your choice, reach out to our preferred distributor Traci!
ABOUT THE VINEYARD:
The ONEHOPE Vineyard is located in what’s commonly referred to as the Rutherford Bench amongst an American Viticultural Area named Rutherford, nestled in the heart of Napa Valley. The property is located amongst many of the most iconic brands in the world including: Robert Mondavi, Opus One, Staglin and Cakebread. The well drained soil on our property consists of gravel, loam and sand with volcanic deposits, making it a perfect location for our 3 blocks of Cabernet Sauvignon and 2 blocks of Sauvignon Blanc growing on the property. Oscar Renteria, whose family celebrates a rich tradition of vineyard management and winemaking, will be tending to and improving the Cabernet and Sauvignon Blanc blocks that were planted in 2007. Renteria currently manages over 1,800 acres for 27 wineries.
ABOUT ONEHOPE: “ONEHOPE was founded by eight friends with a lofty vision: to create exceptional products that inspire people to indulge while doing good. Our commitment to quality wine is as important as our commitment to the causes we support. To date we have made more than $3 million in donations, provided 46,000 people with global health care, 49,000 forever homes for shelter animals, 1.8 million meals for children, 163,000 life-saving vaccines and much more.” photos credit: Krista Perez & Amy Benton