Washington Hills’ Sales of Pink Label
SEATTLE, Sept. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — In honor of October’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Washington Hills, an award-winning Washington State winery, announces the return of its Pink Label promotion to benefit breast cancer research, education and awareness programs across the country. For every case sold of the specially designated pink label Washington Hills 2011 Late Harvest Riesling, the winery will donate $1 to the cause.
Washington Hills 2011 Late Harvest Riesling, retailed in most markets at $10 per 750-ml bottle, has already received soaring critical acclaim that belies its low price: Wine Spectator included it in its Oct. 15, 2012 feature, “Great American Values,” and it earned a 90-point score in the Nov. 2012 issue of Wine Enthusiast magazine. It also won the gold medal at the 2012 San Francisco International Wine Competition.
Over its Pink Label program’s past three years, Washington Hills has raised $23,750 for breast cancer research, awareness and education. The wine is available nationally wherever Washington Hills Late Harvest Riesling is sold.
Washington Hills Winery is part of the Precept Wine family of Northwest wineries. Founded in 2003, Precept Wine is the largest privately held wine company in the Pacific Northwest and the 19(th) largest wine producer in North America. Precept Wine is an integrated wine company that owns more than 3,700 vineyard acres, employs a team of winemakers and operational staff at eight production facilities and operates nine tasting rooms. Its quality driven portfolio has garnered more than 250 Best Buy ratings and 90+ point scores from leading wine publications.
SOURCE Washington Hills