Earlier this year the Mastrogiannis Distillery held a fundraiser for a sick child, battling a very serious disease. The high cost for the medicine needed to cure the disease, caused financial strain on the family. To provide aid, proceeds from Mastrogiannis' July wine sales were donated to assist the sick child and their family through their difficult time.
With these philanthropic efforts, the child was able to get the needed medicine and is currently on the road to recovery. The success of this event illuminated an ongoing financial dilemma that many families face, as well as a need for assistance.
Mastrogiannis Distillery decided to work toward filling this need by developing Rosé For Cure to provide financial relief for families with sick children. Through this program they will be selecting two families to donate 10% of their wine sales to each year, with their first disbursement of funds to take place in April of 2021.
Sold in packs of three for $39.00, these wines make great gift packages for the upcoming holiday season. They have made it simple to support a family in need, by purchasing delectable wine.
Consider making an order online today or stop by their tasting room on the upcoming Small Business Saturday from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, to purchase some wine. If you are unable to provide financial support to this cause by purchasing wine, be sure to follow @roseforcure on Instagram and like their page on Facebook. They will certainly appreciate your support.
Click on Rosé for Cure in the bolded letters above to easily access their website and for information on their location. As always, if you have any questions - leave them in the comments below.
Cheers and Happy Sipping!
Dry and acidic, this wine makes the perfect pairing for your upcoming, likely dense holiday meals. Aromas of grapefruit and candied watermelon are complimented by a slight effervescence - creating a liveliness of holiday cheer on the palate.
Comprised of 60% Syrah, 38% Cab Sauvignon, and 2% Pinot Gris this wine hails from the Horse Heaven Hills AVA, here in Washington.