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Tinte Cellars Welcomes 2021 with a Compassion Campaign Benefitting Georgetown Tiny House Village

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January 8th – With its blended commitment to curating award-winning wines and caring for the community, Tinte Cellars kicks off 2021 with a compassion campaign!

Throughout January, Tinte Cellars is gathering goods for Georgetown Tiny House Village.

Tinte Cellars recently opened in Seattle’s vibrant Georgetown neighborhood. More details about the newest location can be found here: https://tintecellars.com/news-events.

As a part of Tinte’s overall mission to produce “Great Wine for the Greater Good,” Tinte Cellars is collecting sealed/new travel size toiletries and personal hygiene products* for Georgetown Tiny House Village.

*Please exclude products with alcohol, such as mouthwash.

Contributions may be delivered to Tinte Cellars Seattle – Georgetown and Woodinville – Hollywood Hill tasting rooms anytime during January.

All of the details noted above can be found here  http://bit.ly/TinteCompassionCampaign.

For more information about Tinte Cellars’ Overall Giving Program, visit https://tintecellars.com/community.

About Tinte Cellars

In June of 2018, co-owners and husband and wife team, Tim Gamble and Teresa Spellman Gamble, daughter of the late Washington State Governor John Spellman, purchased Woodinville’s William Church and Cuillin Hills wineries creating the umbrella brand, Tinte Cellars.

Community, volunteerism, and philanthropy formed the foundation of Tim and Teresa’s upbringings; their culture. When they established Tinte Cellars, the business needed to reflect those values and their desire to leave the world better than they found it. 

Each year, Tinte Cellars selects a few nonprofit organizations to receive a portion of all wine sales (right off the top). In 2021, five percent of all retail sales and 10% of all wine club sales will be split equally between Mary’s Place, Northwest Harvest, Seattle Children’s Behavioral Health Crisis Care Clinic, and the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic. In addition, Tinte invests in a wide range of programs and activities to enable its customers, employees, and partners to amplify their own positive impact on the world. Since Tinte Cellars was established in June 2018, Tinte’s philanthropic commitment of cash and in-kind donations to local nonprofits has exceeded $380,000.00 (12/31/2020). 

Tinte Cellars has released the following wines under the Tinte Cellars label: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Syrah, Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc, William Church Red Blend, Bishops Blend, Cuillin Hills Red Blend, Raise the Roof Rosé and Rosé of Counoise.

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