Wind Rose Cellars Field Blend to Benefit Land Trust


April 11th, 2016 -On May 11th, from 4-6 pm, Wind Rose Cellars and North Olympic Land Trust will host a complimentary wine tasting of the winery’s newest wine, Field Blend Table Red, at Wind Rose Cellars’ tasting room (143 W. Washington St. Sequim).  Wind Rose Cellars will donate 15% of the proceeds from each bottle sold to North Olympic Land Trust’s efforts to conserve local farms, fish and forests.  Bottles of the wine will be available for sale at the event and while supplies last.  Following the release party, there will be a special live music performance by Sarah Shea and Ginger Jazz from 6-8 pm.

Donating a portion of the proceeds from the new “Field Blend” is a continuing practice of the community-minded Wind Rose Cellars.   For the past 2 years, proceeds from the sale of their Harvest Moon Cabernet Sauvignon have benefited Land Trust, raising close to $5,500 for local conservation.  “I am excited to continue supporting local efforts to maintain the open spaces, local food, and recreational opportunities that make this such a great place to live,” said owner and vintner, David Volmut.

“We are so pleased that Wind Rose Cellars continues to support local land conservation with their latest wine, Field Blend.  This gives our community another way to support local businesses while also conserving the places we love,” said Land Trust director Tom Sanford.  “Wind Rose Cellars sets a great example of local businesses giving back to the community that sustains them.”

Field Blend is currently available exclusively at the Wind Rose Cellars’ Tasting Room in Sequim.