Bandit Wines, the “Go Explore” wine brand, today announced a $50,000 donation to the National Park Foundation, the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service. The funds, in accordance with Bandit Wine’s commitment to outdoor exploration, support the National Park Foundation’s efforts for #FindYourWay, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System and Wild & Scenic Rivers System. In honor of #FindYourWay, the National Park Foundation is raising funds for priority projects that protect and enhance these important places and build awareness of the rich educational and recreational opportunities that rivers and trails offer.
NapaLearns, a non-profit dedicated to improving learning outcomes in Napa Valley’s public schools, received a $1 million gift from Trinchero Family Estates in support of its programs in math, computer science, and career readiness.
The gift will be made in a single payment, and it represents the second time that Trinchero Family Estates has made a $1 million investment in NapaLearns, the organization said in a news release.
Sutter Home Family Vineyards, a longtime champion in the fight against breast cancer, announced today the winery’s renewed commitment to fighting breast cancer with the 17th annual Sutter Home for Hope campaign. As one of America’s first wine companies to make a commitment to breast cancer research, treatment and education, Sutter Home has contributed more than $1,250,000 to the cause over the past 17 years. 2017 marks the fourth year of Sutter Home for Hope’s partnership with National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.®.
“Ménage à Trois Decadence promises to be the portfolio’s most lavish, over-the-top Cabernet Sauvignon yet, and it delivers.” said Mark Dunlea, senior marketing director for Ménage à Trois wines. “Luxurious, rich and seductive, the seventeenth addition to the Ménage à Trois family aims to please.” Bold and boundless as the name suggests, full-bodied Ménage à Trois Decadence boasts uniquely rich, red berry flavors and aromas with a soft, round mouthfeel and a smooth, chocolatey finish.
ST. HELENA, Calif., July 19, 2017—Trinchero Family Estates (TFE) has transitioned all of its energy use to Deep Green 100% renewable energy across all of its facilities in Napa County, CA. The move by the organization to convert all electric power across all aspects of the business represents an important commitment to clean energy by the Napa Valley’s largest wine company. The size and scale of Trinchero’s operations and the investment required for the transition establish TFE as a leader in renewable energy among Napa Valley wineries.
Trinchero Family Estates (TFE) today announced a partnership with Neyers Vineyards. Neyers Vineyards was created in 1992 by Bruce and Barbara Neyers and produces esteemed, small-production wines from top appellations throughout Northern California. The partnership bolsters TFE’s steadily growing fine wine portfolio, and complements a pattern of investment across California vineyards and production facilities in recent years.
Today, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) formally announced Karen Cakebread as this year’s Woman of the Year in Napa County. In February, Thompson accepted nominations from across the Fifth Congressional District for his annual awards honoring women who make an impact in our community. After careful consideration, Cakebread was selected for her work with the Napa Valley Vintners and her community service in the wake of the Valley Fire.
Trinchero Family Estates supports improved health care access through its contributions to the new OLE health center, slated to open in 2018. In 2017, TFE matched its previous $1 million donation with another $1 million to help build the new center. OLE’s current location serves over 140 TFE employees.
How does the millennial cope with the dashed hopes they’ve faced since the Great Recession? Hopes End is a new wine launching this week that taps into a psyche intrigued by the dark and mysterious, that craves escape from the mundane and wants to live for today.
Trinchero Family Estates (TFE) today announced its purchase of the Five Rivers Winery facility in located in the Paso Robles AVA. TFE purchased the site from Fetzer Vineyards, who has owned it since 2000. The Five Rivers property totals 46 acres which includes 15 acres of vineyards planted to Petite Sirah and a winery facility that is over 90,000 square feet. Fetzer Vineyards is consolidating its operations at its corporate headquarters in Mendocino County.