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Wine Fundraising Process
Our wines are often used to support fundraising efforts for non-profit organizations across the country. There are many creative ways to maximize the value and keep the mission in the hearts and minds of your stakeholders. It starts by creating a custom label for the wines, using either the artwork from the specific event, or the logo of the organization.
More process information coming soon!
We offer a 40% discount to non-profits, so there is a lot of room to maximize funds raised from the wines. Here are some labels we have done for non-profit clients. The possibilities are endless — auctions, galas, schools, non-profits, causes, charities, benefits, and more!
Contact us to get started on your event!
"The people who work there seem very knowledgeable. I've referred them to clients. I thought I got some bad wine from them once, but learned later it was not- I called & told them & they walked me through & very gently told me it was my own mistake, but gave me a case of wine in the meantime to cover. It was so far above & beyond, made me a customer for life."
...when I found out about Northwest Cellars I couldn't put an order in fast enough. I was thrilled to find out I could personalize a label for my mother's "aged to perfection" birthday! The professionalism, enthusiasm, creativeness of Northwest Cellars was stellar...They are outstanding and a company I plan to work with on future endeavours!
Great Falls, MT
Amazing. Sublime. Transcendent. Damn good! The third iteration of the Greenfresh Market Renton Red is one of those rare and wonderful discoveries that simply baffles explanation and recharges my excitement for finding great $10.00 wines.
I've tasted hundreds of wines under $10.00 and more than 100 wines priced between $30 and $100 per bottle. There really is a pretty major difference in quality. Not all expensive wines are excellent, but almost all excellent wines are over $30.00. Don't get me wrong, there are very good wines under $10.00 and that's what my blog is all about. But it is rare that I find a $10.00 wine that stands up to the best wines in the world.
Welcome the 2005 Greenfresh Market Renton Red. First a disclaimer: I am an investor in Greenfresh Market and the Renton Red is sold exclusively at Greenfresh Market, so I do benefit indirectly from the success of this wine. Yet, I did not feel the need to write up the 2003 and 2004 Renton Reds. It was not until the 2005 version that I fell for this wine.
For those of you who shop at Greenfresh Market, look for the 2005 Renton Red in the coming weeks and I strongly encourage you to buy it by the case! I certainly will.