Support Worthy Causes With 5 Wines That Give Back
Now you can give back when you raise a glass with wines that do good. These 5 wine brands give back to causes that empower women-owned businesses, honor veterans and first responders, help rescue dogs, champion the LGTBQ community and support sustainable farming. Cheers to that!
Cause: Female Entrepreneurs In the Wine Industry
The fun, fab and eco-friendly SHE CAN collection by McBride Sisters and it's related SHE CAN Professional Development Fund, are inspired by the endless pursuit of all women who are making their dreams a reality and breaking barriers daily. All 2020 fund proceeds will help women-owned small businesses thrive and survive as we progress through the impact of COVID-19.
Cause: Military & First Responders
Wine brand Josh Cellars gives thanks to all those who have served our country through their 2018 Josh Cellars Reserve Military Salute Lodi Cabernet Sauvignon. For every bottle sold, Josh Cellars donates $1 to Operation Gratitude, a nonprofit dedicated to forging strong bonds between civilians and the military and first responder community.
Cause: Animal Welfare
Inspired by a real-life bone-vivant, Bar Dog was created to celebrate our canine companions and give back to those animals in need. Bar Dog believes that every dog deserves a life of unconditional love. As such, a portion of Bar Dog proceeds are donated to local, no-kill animal shelters across the country as part of its Bar Dog Gives Back initiative.
Cause: LGBTQ Advocacy
House Wine's limited-edition Rosé Bubbles celebrates and supports LGBTQ love in all its forms. For every case of Rosé Bubbles sold, $2 will be donated to The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the country's largest LGBTQ advocacy group.
Cause: Sustainable Farming & Fair Trade
The Santa Julia winery is committed to producing quality, full-bodied wines through sustainable practices that protect the environment and uplift the local community. For Julia, sustainability is a comprehensive approach that supports the land, the farmers, and the overall health of the local community. A portion of every bottle sold full-bodied goes back to vineyard workers.