organization is partnering with Lion Ranch Vineyards & Winery
on March 6 at 5 p.m. PST for a Virtual Wine Tasting hosted by former NFL Player, Philanthropist and Wine Enthusiast, William Dominic Austin. The Sommelier for the event is the renown Samantha Capaldi.
The event will also include a special performance by Ashley Támar Davis, an American singer who came to prominence through her association with Prince and an exclusive raffle item for a Champ Bailey 2019 Hall of Fame autographed football will be given to one lucky winner. Best of all your pup can attend by your side!
The event will feature three unique, hand-made wines from the micro-family run Lion Ranch Vineyard & Winery from the Santa Clara Valley in California.
$150 ticket price includes:
- One bottle each of 2018 Estate Viognier, 2019 Estate Lioness Rosé, and 2017 Four Lions
- Complimentary shipping to your business or residence (Adult 21+ signature required)
- A donation to Tackles4Cancer of 50% of your ticket price
- Professionally designed wine tasting grids and mats, custom wine and food pairing guide, and a wine 101 guide.
To register visit: www.lionranch.com
Tackles4Cancer mission is to improve the quality of life for cancer patients through transportation. The goal for 2021 is to provide 1000 rides to those in need.
50% of the proceeds will benefit cancer patients that need transportation assistance. Since 2014, Tackles4Cancer has helped raise over $250, 000 while partnering with the American Cancer Society along with other charitable organizations. 90% of the proceeds were donated to make an impact in the lives of cancer patients.
About the Wineries of Santa Clara Valley: An association representing 34 member wineries that grow and produce wines in one of the oldest wine producing regions of California. With the first plantings at the Santa Clara Mission in 1798, the region of Santa Clara Valley represents one of the oldest growing traditions in the country.
The Santa Clara Valley is home to 100 year-old wineries to long-established family operations and those that are in relatively smaller tasting rooms. On March 28, 1989, the Santa Clara Valley received AVA status; prior to this, the region's wines were typically labeled 'Central Coast' or 'Santa Clara County'. To learn more about delivery, curbside pick-up or wine tasting reservations, visit Santa Clara Wines.com