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Wente Vineyards today announced it will donate US$3 per bottle of verified wine purchases during the months of February and March to the non-profit relief organization, Feed The Children, to support its effort to aid victims of the recent tsunami that devastated Asia.

"When the news of the tsunami devastation reached us, everyone at Wente Vineyards asked what we could do to help the families affected by this tragedy," said Carolyn Wente, 4th generation winegrower. "Through contributions to Feed The Children, we have decided to donate a significant portion of revenue from wine sales for a two-month period to help relief and recovery efforts in Asia."

The program will be promoted at retail locations throughout the US and Canada with bottle neckers that provide details of the donation program to customers purchasing Wente Vineyards wine.


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