May 11-12 – 2019 Spring Mother’s Day Weekend Wine Release – On Saturday and Sunday (May 11-12) we’re going to pamper Mom with two days of incredible experiences, exceptional wines, and lots of love!
Join Tinte Cellars – William Church and Cuillin Hills wineries for a weekend of gratitude and distinctive experiences as we release our new wines and give Mom some extra special attention.
Special Wine Package | We’ve created a very special wine package that includes a bottle of our NEW 2018 Tinte Cellars Viognier and a jcoco Cayenne Veracruz Orange Chocolate bar (1 oz) for $22.00; plus, the first 25 Mom’s to visit our Hollywood Hills tasting room each day will get a beautiful flower.
Saturday, May 11 – Hollywood Hills, 12-8:30pm: A beautiful Ranunculus flower for the first 25 moms Winery Warehouse District, 12-4pm: Complimentary numerology readings by Numerologist Lance Campbell and chair massages by Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa; plus we’ll have local jewelry designer Tina Negri with her beautiful all hand made one of a kind items (12-8:30pm) with 10% of all sales being donated to the Ronald McDonald House!
Location: Tinte Cellars – William Church and Cuillin Hills wineries located in the Woodinville Warehouse District: 19495 144th Ave. NE, # A-100, Woodinville, WA 98072
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