NEWBERG, Ore. (May 16, 2017) – Chehalem Winery is launching its inaugural Making a Case for Giving campaign to celebrate Oregon Wine Month. In an unprecedented move, Chehalem plans to give away at least 100 cases of wine, worth up to $40,000, to charities. It all begins today!
From now until June 15th – Chehalem invites qualified charities and not-for-profits to make their case for a wine donation and explain how they plan to use it to inspire giving. The catch? There isn’t one. Why?
Who qualifies? Applicants must be a non-profit organization located in the state of Oregon, or greater Vancouver, WA metro area and submit their 501(c)(3) along with a completed application. Full details and a downloadable application are available on chehalemwines.com. Chehalem will review and consider all applications and contact the winners beginning mid-June.
About Chehalem Winery
Chehalem Winery boasts a rich history of exceptional wines, innovation, sustainability and collaboration. Founder, Harry Peterson-Nedry, pioneered grape growing in the prestigious soils of Ribbon Ridge in the early 1980s. Chehalem sources estate fruit from three distinctive Willamette Valley AVAs and has second-generation winemaker, Wynne Peterson-Nedry, at the helm of production. The Oregon wine original is known for single-vineyard Pinots and a progressive approach to Willamette whites. More details at chehalemwines.com.
About Chehalem’s Tasting Room & The Backroom
Located in downtown Newberg, the Tasting Room is open 11-5pm daily. Its newly-renovated space, The Backroom, is open after 5pm Thursday-Saturday for wine, small bites, music and culinary events. For more information, visit Chehalem’s website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.
About Oregon Wine Month
May is Oregon’s official state-wide month of wine tasting, wine learning and wine loving. Oregon Wine Month is an opportunity to experience the quality and diversity of Oregon wine through unique events around Oregon and beyond. The Oregon Wine Board, the organization behind Oregon Wine Month, helps advocate for the state’s more than 700 wineries and more than 1,000 vineyards. More information can be found here.
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