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For Giving Tuesday, Bricoleur Vineyards Offers Gifts That Give Back


Philanthropic-Minded Holiday Shoppers Can Choose from Sonoma County Fire Relief Magnum Package and Make-a-Wish Donations

Bricoleur Vineyards logoWINDSOR, Calif. (November 23, 2020) – Bricoleur Vineyards, a new family-owned winery, tasting room, culinary showplace, retreat and event venue in the idyllic Russian River Valley, is proud to announce their new “Gifts that Give Back” offerings. These philanthropic gifts include special wine packages and donations towards Sonoma County wildfire victims and Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area, with which Bricoleur has an ongoing partnership and has raised thousands of dollars in support of.

“Ever since Bricoleur’s inception, we have always made it a priority to help our community, from donating food from our estate garden, to monetary donations, to offering housing to our Sonoma neighbors who have been displaced by wildfires,” said CEO and co-founder Mark Hanson. “2020 has shown us that it is more important than ever to support those who have had a significantly tough year and it brings us great joy to be able to help them in any way we can.”

Bricoleur’s “Gift of Giving Back” packages are perfect for Giving Tuesday as detailed below:

  • Sonoma County Fire Relief Magnum Package: Bricoleur Vineyards has partnered with Sonoma County Fire Relief, which provides emergency and long term relief to Sonoma County’s recent wildfire victims. The bundle will include one bottle of Bricoleur’s newly released 1.5L magnum bottles of wine and a $200 donation to Sonoma County Fire Relief. 
  • The Gift of Giving Back: Bricoleur and the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a non-profit organization that creates life-enhancing experiences for children with critical illnesses, partnered to create the ultimate gift set for big-hearted gifters and recipients, as $100 from every box purchase will directly benefit children in need. The set includes a bottle of Bricoleur wine and an assortment of party favors.

Please reference Bricoleur’s holiday shipping deadlines when ordering.  

Located at 7394 Starr Road in Windsor, Bricoleur Vineyards can be reached by calling (707) 857-5700, emailing [email protected] or visiting www.bricoleurvineyards.com.

About Bricoleur Vineyards

Bricoleur Vineyards is a unique wine country retreat nestled in the Russian River Valley in Windsor, California, about an hour north of San Francisco. Visitors can visit the newly renovated Winery Barn to enjoy Bricoleur Vineyard’s hand-crafted, estate-grown wines or an elaborate, wine and culinary experience guided by celebrated local Executive Chef Shane McAnelly. The 40-acre estate features a number of picturesque gathering places to relax and create memorable experiences, such as a picnic in the stone pavilion overlooking the rows of Chardonnay, strolling in the rose gardens admiring the vast array of colorful and fragrant roses, playing a friendly game of bocce ball, or simply enjoying one’s family and friends while watching the ducks and native birds by one of  two serene ponds  Family owned by Bay Area natives Mark and Elizabeth Hanson and daughter Sarah Hanson Citron, Bricoleur Vineyards is Sonoma County’s hidden gem, dedicated to enjoying the beauty of Sonoma County while building meaningful connections and communities.

About Make-A-Wish Great Bay Area

Make-A-Wish® Greater Bay Area is a non-profit organization that creates life-changing wishes for children facing critical illnesses. Founded in 1984, we serve 17 counties in Northern California, from Siskiyou to Monterey. One of the largest Make-A-Wish chapters nationwide, we’ve granted more than 8,500 wishes for local children in our chapter’s 35-year history.

Each wish we grant is as unique as the child themselves. Make-A-Wish Greater bay Area transforms kids into cookbook authors and veterinarians and introduces them to exciting locations like AlaskaAntarctica, or their favorite theme park. Wishes have proven physical and emotional benefits that can give children with critical illnesses a higher chance of survival. Additionally, wishes don’t only help these children—they also have far-reaching, positive impacts on their families and communities.

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