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Cheers to Wine Fundraising!
Wine fundraisers are a great (and increasingly popular) way to raise money for any cause, and Northwest Cellars can help you add a special personalized touch to your event. Create a custom label or ask us to design one especially for you.
What you need:
Award-winning wine - NWC has you covered. Buy wines to sample and take orders
Appropriate venue - clubhouse, banquet room, etc
Volunteers - with lots of enthusiasm
Here are some ideas that have worked well for our non-profit clients:
Serve the wines with the custom label, and have an order form on the tables, so guests can order the wines just using their bid numbers. You can also put a custom-labeled magnum as the centerpiece, and auction it off.
As guests are arriving, offer a taste, a glass, or a bottle - again using their bid numbers.
Create a “special edition” set of, say, 6 wines in a wooden box, with custom label for the silent or live auction.
Use the wine as a “thank you” for live auction winners; for volunteers; and Board Members.
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.
Contact us today to learn more!
"...smooth as silk and gentle as your imagination. Picked up 4 bottles, but not enough for the cellar!”
~ Rob Mackenzie - Kelowna, BC
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.