Celebrating Tinte Cellars’ 5th Anniversary – #InspiredWithTinte
In June 2018, Washington-natives Tim Gamble and Teresa Spellman Gamble founded Tinte Cellars with a mission of Great Wine for the Greater Good. Our goal was to craft world-class Washington wine and give back to the community. Five years later, Tinte Cellars celebrates numerous wine awards and accolades, and recognition for our philanthropic efforts that totals well over $1 million in cash and in-kind donations to more than 180 non-profits.
To celebrate our fifth anniversary, Tinte Cellars is proud to announce the release of Inspired, a red wine blend sourced entirely from Washington State vineyards. We continue to be inspired by the quality of Washington State wines and their rightful place amongst the great wines of the world. We are equally inspired by all the non-profits who selflessly care for the health and well-being of our global community.
Throughout the last five years, Tinte Cellars has shared our story of how we are inspired to support the community. Now, we’d like to hear your story! Through Labor Day, purchase a bottle of Inspired from Tinte Cellars, and share what inspires you**. Purchase 2020 Inspired
Here’s how it works:
o Take a photo/selfie with Tinte Cellars Inspired wine
o Write a sentence or two about what inspires you
o Send your photo and write-up to us at (InspiredWithTinte), and if you choose, post it on social media tagging Tinte Cellars and including the hashtag #InspiredWithTinte
Every #InspiredWithTinte participant will be offered a discount on a future purchase or an equal donation to a school project in your chosen neighborhood via donorschoose.org.
Together, we raise a glass for good!
** Mary’s Place’s inspiration:
“We are inspired by our families who are working, raising families, and caring for loved ones while overcoming barriers to secure permanent housing. They are strong, brave, and resilient, and they inspire us to create a community where we all thrive.”
** Northwest Harvest’s inspiration:
We are inspired by Interconnectedness: The work of food justice is emboldened through togetherness. By inspiring individuals and organizations to work collaboratively, we move towards a more inclusive, sustainable, and fair food system that nourishes and uplifts everyone. Engaging with our community allows us to build lasting relationships with diverse groups who share common goals. We are all interconnected – fostering this sense of belonging helps pave the path for creating a nurturing future with equitable access to nutritious food for everyone.