Silver Springs Winery generously contributed six art glass from J. Daniels bottles of their 2007 Tri-Dition wine. This is a blend of 65% Cabernet Franc, 25% Merlot and 10$ Cabernet Sauvignon. Retail price is $50.00 per bottle. But wait, there's more. Every bottle in this half-case was hand-signed by the wine maker. Retail value $300.00.
Red Newt Cellars contributed a case of their Sawmill Creek Cabernet Franc 2007. Mmmmm, Cab Franc. Retail value $470.00.
Chehalem, of Willamette Valley, Oregon, generously contributed a six-bottle case of their 2005 Ridgecrest Best Barrel Pinot Noir (Retail Value: $450). Each bottle is individually numbered, and they are already boxed and ready for the winner. These Best Barrel bottlings are never sold commercially, making this a very special and unique opportunity.
Sheldrake Point Vineyard has generously contributed a case of 2008 Gewurztraminer, retail value $216.
Shafer Vineyards made a generous contribution of a 3.0 liter bottle of 2004 Shafer Vineyards Hillside Select, retail value $1032.00. As Andy Dembsky, from Shafer, said to me when he told me about it, "A big need calls for a big bottle." Thank you Andy, and thank you to everybody at Shafer.
Fox Run Vineyards, a Wine&Spirits 2008 Winery of the Year, contributed a mixed case of their wines, with a retail value of $160.00.
Norris Cunningham, from Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, dug into his own cellar to generously contribute two bottles, a 2005 Rombauer Zinfandel (retail value $35.00) and a 2007 Bergstrom Pinot Noir, De Lancellotti Vineyard (retail value $70.00).
Round Pond Estate generously reached into their cellar to offer a 3.0L bottle of their 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon to Wine for Haiti. Retail value is $315.00.