100% OF WINE SALES SUPPORT WATER1ST PROJECTS. THAT'S RIGHT, 100%.
While other groups give a percentage of their revenue to projects, Water from Wine gives every penny. So when you purchase a $30 bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon from Water from Wine, the entire $30 goes directly to Water1st projects.
Water from Wine is a non-profit winery and vineyard in Eastern Washington whose mission is to produce wine that will generate revenue for clean water projects. Located in the fabled Horse Heaven Hills region, just north of the Columbia River, Water from Wine is surrounded by high-profile wineries–Chateau Ste. Michelle is on one side, Columbia Crest Winery is on the other.
Renowned winemaker, Charlie Hoppes of Yakima Valley’s Fidelitas Winery, has produced a 2014 Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon for Water from Wine. According to those in the wine industry, “If it’s a Charlie Hoppes’ wine, you are guaranteed to love it.”
We are honored that Water from Wine has selected Water1st as a beneficiary.
HOW IT WORKS:
1. To order, use the online form below or call the Water1st office at 206.297.3024. Pay by credit card or check. Must be 21+.
2. When ordering, select one of the designated wine pick-up locations/neighborhoods around the greater Seattle area or at the Water from Wine vineyard near the Tri-Cities in Eastern Washington. If you live outside the Seattle area, please contact us directly. Wine will be available to pick up at a designated location in the neighborhoods listed in the order form below.
NOTE: Exact pick-up locations will be communicated individually.
2014 Water from Wine Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon
Case (12 bottles) $360 + tax
Individual bottles $30/each + tax
There is no limit to the number of bottles or cases you can buy and there are no delivery/pick up fees.
100% of proceeds go to Water1st
EACH CASE SOLD PROVIDES ONE FAMILY
WITH CLEAN WATER AND A TOILET FOR LIFE.
Please contact Angele at 206.321.0474 or via email.
COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW TO PRE-ORDER YOUR WINE
Currently we can only take pre-orders for residents of Washington State.