Looking for the perfect gift to give your family and friends this holiday season? Give your loved ones an elegant and delectable wine that supports the mission of the Salmon Center, and buy one for yourself too!
Two fundraising wines were released by Waterbrook Winery’s John Freeman to help support and protect Pacific Northwest Salmon habitat restoration. Supporting Pacific Northwest Salmon habitat restoration is important to Waterbrook Winery and for everyday champions of salmon stewardship such as Al Adams, whose name is honored on these special wines. Al Adams, Director Emeritus of the Salmon Center, is also a gifted artist, and has carved several works that are displayed at the Salmon Center, including The Dance and Elwha Tears.
Two dollars from every masterfully handcrafted Al’s Run bottle of wine sold will be donated to the Salmon Center. Join us in supporting this worthy and meaningful Pacific Northwest cause, with Waterbrook reserve quality in every bottle.
These wines are listed on Waterbook Winery’s website as “ICON” wines. Waterbrook is offering Al’s Run in a white and red wine blend-
AL’S RUN 2012 RED WINE BLEND This spicy and fruit-forward wine has notes of fresh plums and raspberries mixed with sweet tobacco leaf and a lingering toffee finish.
AL’S RUN 2014 VIOGNIER This Viognier offers floral aromatics with peach blossom and apricot flavors with a mild spice finish.