Wine Not!

September 2, 2015

We recently had the pleasure of catching up with a near and dear friend of ours, Brandon Hall, one of the Co-founders at ONEHOPE, a winery conveniently located in the heart of Napa Valley. Since first meeting Brandon 4 years ago in Nashville, we’ve enjoyed following the growth of his company and the impact they strive to achieve. Not only does ONEHOPE produce some extraordinary wines, but they donate a portion of their profits to an even greater cause. While collaborating with winemaker Robert Mondavi Jr., each bottle is carefully crafted with a mission in mind. From the California Chardonnay profits, which provide funding for breast cancer research, to the California Cabernet Sauvignon profits which raise funds that provide therapy for children with Autism. ONEHOPE offers not only a variety of wines, but also, more than one way to give back!

With this in mind, and as this summer season comes to a close, what better way than to gather with family, friends and a bottle of wine to give back and celebrate this season. As finding new and creative ways to give back has always been one of my greatest passions, I can be the first to say that Tyler and I, along with friends, will be gathering to enjoy a bottle…or two of ONEHOPE wine to celebrate the lives we hope to help, as well as the seasons to come. From our family to yours, let’s wine, dine and give a little back! Learn more about ONEHOPE Foundation and their mission by clicking HERE.

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Core Collection

California White Blend Fight Against Cancer – El Dorado Rosé Help Prevent Ovarian Cancer – California Chardonnay Fight Against Breast Cancer – California Sauvignon Blanc Save Our Planet – California Zinfandel Support Our Troops – California Cabernet Sauvignon Help Children With Autism – California Merlot End Global Disease – California Pinot Noir Fund Pet Adoptions

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Photography | Kailey Dickerson

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