Stone & Key Cellars, a winery and cidery in Montgomeryville, about 40 minutes from Philly, released “Wine Not War” Masons’ Blend wine in support of Ukraine.
For each bottle sold, $5 will be donated to Doctors Without Borders to provide medical care in Ukraine.
“Wine Not War” Masons’ Blend is a dry wine that comprises 50% Syrah grapes and 50% Zinfandel grapes from Lake County, CA. This hearty blend offers robust aromas of eucalyptus, vanilla, blueberries, and hints of green herb. Stone & Key Cellars recommends pairing it with grilled beef burgers and BBQ pork ribs.
“I can trace my family history back to Ukraine — my mother’s family is from Kyiv and my father’s family came from Kharkiv. There is tremendous suffering right now in that region, and we want to do our part to help. We chose Doctors Without Borders because they are on the ground in Ukraine providing urgent medical supplies, training health workers, and running mobile clinics.” – Stone & Key Cellars Owner, Jason Harris.
“Wine Not War” Masons’ Blend is $27 per bottle. It is available at Stone & Key Cellars winery & tasting room in Montgomeryville and the tasting room in Ambler starting today, Wednesday, May 11, 2022. It will also be available at the following Farmer’s Markets that Stone & Key Cellars participates in:
Pretzel Park Farmers Market in Manayunk – Every Saturday 10am – 2pm
Ambler Farmers Market – Every Saturday 9am – 12pm
Media Farmers Market – Every Sunday 10am – 1pm
Perkasie Farmers Market (starts in June) – Alternating Saturdays 9am – 12pm
Horsham Farmers Market (starts in June) – Every Sunday 10am – 1pm
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