Napa Valley, CA (November 10, 2022)– Lawrence Wine Estates’ collection of Napa Valley wineries is honored to reveal a brand-new effort: In the Service of Others. This program intends to support and champion the non-profit agencies that are doing important work, in locations such as sustainability and health care, and are making a meaningful effect in the Napa Valley. Each estate within LWE collection will provide visitors the alternative to include a monetary contribution to their cart, with 100% of the donation being handed down to the included not-for-profit. Lawrence Wine Estates includes the following Napa Valley wineries: Heitz Cellar, Citizen, Stony Hill Vineyard, Brendel, and Ink Grade. Each holds a deep tradition of history and custom while continuing to innovate in hospitality.
“From the minute we got here in the Napa Valley we have actually constantly set out to discover methods to support and enrich our neighborhood,” shares Carlton McCoy, MS, CEO of Lawrence White Wine Estates. “While LWE takes part in many humanitarian efforts throughout the year, this gives our guests an opportunity to add to the sustainability of this community that all of us love.”
The first non-profit to be included, for the remainder of 2022, is OLE Health. Based in the Napa Valley, OLE Health is dedicated to providing top quality primary healthcare to the community. With a concentrate on the under and un-insured minorities, OLE Health provides low and no-cost healthcare, consisting of adult and pediatric primary care, dental, women’s health and education. Commemorating their 50th year of continued service to communities that the majority of need their services, Lawrence Wine Estates is proud to feature OLE Health as its very first partner for In the Service of Others.
The non-profits will rotate 3 times each year and in addition to financial backing, Lawrence White wine Estates will promote the organization on its site and social media. Lawrence Wine Estates’ future non-profit partners consist of The Roots Fund, from January to April, and The Napa Farmworker Structure, from May to August.
With CEO McCoy serving as a founder and board member of The Roots Fund, Lawrence Red wine Estates supports the organization’s mission to nourish and enrich the neighborhoods of color in the white wine market’. Established in 2020, The Roots Fund offers resources to members of the BIPOC community thinking about the white wine industry by method of financial backing, educational scholarships, white wine education, mentorship, and job placement.
The Napa Farmworker Foundation supplies education chances for farmworkers year-round. This organization offers a variety of programs yearly that concentrate on developing abilities in adult literacy, vineyard operations & & safety, management & & management, mentorship, and family life. Lawrence Red wine Estates understands that farming is at the heart of all that they do here in the Napa Valley, and by directly supporting the men and ladies who committed their lives to farming our vineyards, they are investing in the future of the region.
About Lawrence Red Wine EstatesBeginning
with the acquisition of Heitz Cellar in 2018, owner Gaylon Lawrence and CEO and Master Sommelier Carlton McCoy have actually been committed to acquiring estates and special vineyards that craft a new narrative in the Napa Valley. Each estate winery honors conventional white wine designs and prioritizes innovative farming strategies to produce wines that are the purest expression of place. Today LWE is actively broadening, producing an exciting and busy environment. This venture creates a desired and unique team culture where wine making and vineyard customs are honored and the entrepreneurial spirit is commemorated. For more details please visit www.lawrencewineestates.com.