Yes, we said Charity Case, and they’re doing cool things. We’re not going to tell you all the story details on here, click the link provided and take a look on their homepage, left hand side, and read the couple of paragraphs describing how they’re donating all proceeds to charities that benefit children and families in their community.
Bottom line is this: any time a group of people get together to do something that supports families and kids, everyone should jump in and support them. On top of that, the 2008 Rose we had was pretty darn tasty. It wasn’t sweet and didn’t have the heavy jolly rancher flavor you often get with roses. It was dry, and light. We had it at room temp because it’s been cold outside and we weren’t feeling a chilled rose at the time we took the video.
We salute the Charity Case Foundation for doing something to benefit their community. Hoot N Annie would strongly urge all wine regions to band together and do something similar; in fact, if something were to come up in our area we would love to be involved.
Thank you to Charity Case for supplying us with their 2008 Rose!
Jayson Woodbridge says
Good coverage guys!! Thanks if you know someone in your area we would consider licensing the Charity Case name as long as they follow the same standards we do here in Napa Valley. Again thanks for the great coverage.
Hoot 'n Annie says
Hey Jayson – Thanks for the feedback…and for the great wine! We really do admire what you guys are doing up there and will happily see if we can stir up something similar down here. We appreciate your consideration and will definitely keep in touch on all this! Cheers!!!
Vicki Carroll says
Great project! Thanks for covering this, Hoot ‘n Annie! Would love to work on this with you!
Hoot 'n Annie says
Thanks, Vicki! We’ll see what we can get going…awesome project for sure!
Hoot (Matt) says
Hey Vicki, lets talk when convenient for you. Send me a message on Facebook if you’d like. Thanks.