Cellar Angels Offers Sonoma-Cutrer® Pinot Noir for Online Thanksgiving Wine Event to Raise Funds for Charity

Cellar Angels Features Sonoma-Cutrer’s 2010 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 
CHICAGO and SONOMA VALLEY, Calif., Nov. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Cellar Angels announces today the selection of the Sonoma-Cutrer® 2010 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir for the wine company’s online Thanksgiving event. From now through Sunday, Nov. 10 at midnight, Cellar Angels will feature Sonoma-Cutrer’s famed 2010 Pinot Noir, which will be available at a reduced price, to raise money for an impressive list of charity partners. 
Cellar Angels is a unique online marketing platform dedicated to the wine industry. Once each week Cellar Angels’ members receive an email alerting them to that week’s discounted wine offer. Membership is free and available by registering at www.cellarangels.com. Members are also treated to a custom movie about the wine, winery and people behind the scenes in an effort to educate and entertain. 
“It’s really the best platform there is combining wine education and entertainment. The main benefits in addition to being fun for the consumer is exposure to great wines normally not available to the public and the opportunity to effortlessly help a cause important to you just by purchasing,” said Cellar Angels president and founder Martin Cody. “This award-winning Pinot Noir is the perfect wine for Thanksgiving and a great way to give back.” 

Cellar Angels interviews Sonoma-Cutrer’s Director of Winemaking, Mick Schroeter

Each week Cellar Angels donates 10% of its designated proceeds to the consumer’s charity of choice. The list of potential charities is growing and includesThe V Foundation, Jenny McCarthy’s Generation Rescue and childhood education advocate The Ounce of Prevention. Cellar Angels refers to the entire process asSip, Save, Give and it’s catching the eye of winery and consumers alike. 
“We’re excited to partner with an organization like Cellar Angels that has such an exemplary philanthropic mission and that gives people an exclusive opportunity to experience our winery in a personal way during the holiday season,” said Tracy Thornsberry, Sonoma-Cutrer Brand Manager. 
As an added incentive, Cellar Angels is arranging for personal individual phone calls from Sonoma-Cutrer winemaker Mick Schroeter to the first 25 customers who purchase a case (12 bottles) or more. To review the Sonoma-Cutrer offer via-mail please go to www.cellarangels.com.
To participate, individuals must be over the age of 21 and residing in states where direct to consumer shipments are permitted. 
With a focus on the production of world-class Chardonnay, Sonoma-Cutrer has been crafting wines since 1981 in the esteemed Russian River Valley growing region of Sonoma County, California. Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards utilizes a unique chilling tunnel to air cool its grapes, and the wines are aged in barrels made of specific French oak trees that are individually-selected to the winemakers’ needs. 
About Sonoma-Cutrer
Sonoma-Cutrer has been crafting wines since 1981 in the esteemed Russian River Valley growing region of Sonoma County, California. For more information on Sonoma-Cutrer, please visit www.sonomacutrer.com or visit Facebook at www.facebook.com/sonomacutrervineyards. Please enjoy our wines responsibly. ©2013 Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards, Windsor, CA.
About Cellar Angels
Cellar Angels was created by a compassionate group of wine-lovers intent on truly changing the world through wine. Their mission is simple: connect small, artisanal wine producers to larger audiences, expose wine-lovers to exclusive purchase opportunities and raise money for a select group of charities. They love wine, love introducing others to great wine and love making a difference. Cellar Angels provides an opportunity to accomplish all three. For information, go to www.CellarAngels.com. 

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