It wasn’t just wine, dancing and queso that happened in Austin last weekend, a difference was made too! As the wine sponsor of the event, 1,300 cases of wine were sold. That’s 15,600 bottles, that were playfully served in a plastic sports water-bottle.
Thanks to weekend sales of our Sauvignon Blanc 9,360 trees were planted through the American Forests. That’s almost 10,000 new sources of oxygen put into our atmosphere. And from sales of our Cabernet Sauvignon, 65 children with autism will able to attend applied behavioral analysis (ABA) therapy to help learn how to thrive in the environment around them. This treatment can foster basic skills, such as looking and listening, or more complex skills like reading and conversing. Each analysis is personalized for each child to help them live happy and productive lives.
Our ONEHOPE Foundation believes that some of the world’s greatest problems can be solved by approaching the problem differently, and organizations like these are proving that statement to be true everyday. We look forward to continuing to make a positive social impact on the world around us. Thanks for being a fan and a part of the ride! See more photos of our weekend adventure – including the infamous queso – on our facebook album.