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Mendocino County Pinot Noir Vintners Highlighted in Winesong 2020’s Virtual Events


Winesong logoFort Bragg, CA, August 3, 2020 – In this year of virtual fundraising events, Winesong 2020 – Until We Meet Againhttps://winesong.org/ which supports healthcare on the Mendocino Coast, is offering Virtual Pinot Noir Tasting events featuring fourteen different wineries, starting Wednesday, August 12th, with Goldeneye.  Registration for the events includes a bottle of each of the wines being featured along with two Pinot Noir Celebration glasses.  Winesong’s kickoff event every year is A Pinot Noir Celebration held at the Little River Inn where the final webinar will be held on September 11th, featuring Fathers & Daughters.

Other wineries participating include: Husch, Waits Mast, Lula, Navarro, Pennyroyal, Murder Ridge, Witching Stick, Artevino/Maple Creek, Foursight, Domaine Anderson, Meyer Family & Twomey.

For a complete schedule and more information, visit: https://winesong.ejoinme.org/MyEvents/2020ONLINEAUCTION/VirtualPinotNoirWebinars/tabid/1156593/Default.aspx

In addition to the webinars, Winesong is holding two online auctions – an Art & Wine Gallery open now, followed by an online auction of exceptional wines, art, jewelry and other items starting August 20th.  To register, visit: https://winesong.ejoinme.org/MyEvents/2020ONLINEAUCTION/ArtGallery/tabid/1156759/Default.aspx

For 35 years, Winesong attendees have improved the health and well-being of the Mendocino Coast community—both residents and visitors alike – by contributing to an annual Fund-A-Need campaign.  Winesong’s generous supporters have sustained the Mendocino Coast District Hospital through some tough years and, thanks to the hospital’s recent acquisition by Adventist Health, it is in a more stable financial condition than ever before, enabling the Mendocino Coast Healthcare Foundation (MCHF) to extend its reach beyond the confines of the Hospital and to provide greater access to quality healthcare on the coast, wherever and whenever it’s needed.  MCHF has strengthened local partnerships in the launch of a grants initiative that is providing emergency funding to local programs such as the Cancer Resource Center of Mendocino County and Mendocino Coast Clinics. https://www.mchfoundation.org/

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