Sugarland Cellars Releases New Wine to Benefit Friends of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Sugarland Cellars is pleased to announce the launch of their newest seasonal wine, Autumn Path. A limited edition wine that has been exclusively made to benefit Friends of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a nonprofit organization, whose mission is to protect and preserve the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. For each bottle purchased, $5 is donated to the organization.
Partnering with local artist Robert A. Tino, Sugarland Cellars is able to make a unique wine that has an aristocratic wine label.. This new wine has on of our very favorite labels to date; it will be hard to miss when you visit the winery!
This past Wednesday, Friends of the Great Smokies had their 23rd annual Friends Across the Mountains Telethon, raising $208,321 (and counting). The funds will be used to purchase a state-of-the-art upgrade for the Great Smoky Mountain National Park’ emergency radio system, a very important park need.
Sugarland Cellars was honored to have our operations manager, Katie Collier, deliver a $30,000 check from all the money we have raised with our seasonal wines.
Autumn Path is limited edition semi- sweet red wine that will be perfect for these upcoming fall days. It is made from Tennessee Muscadine grapes and will be available at Sugarland Cellars to purchase. There has only been 1000 bottles made, so hurry in and try this new release before it’s all gone.
Want to Guarantee A Bottle…. or how about Three?!
Join the Sugarland Cellars Artist Series Club! For every time a seasonal wine is released (four times a year), each member receives three bottles of the exclusive wine delivered directly to their doorsteps.
Bonus: Included in this package is a print of the wine label from Robert A. Tino. This way you can keep a piece of the Smokies right on your wall! One of the bottles will also be signed by Robert A. Tino and the Master winemaker, Doug Seitz.
Sign up today and receive other great benefits every time you visit The Great Smoky Mountains.