Two exclusive wines from Powers Winery and PCC

— blended exclusively for PCC Natural Markets to benefit PCC Farmland Trust.

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Many wineries will tell you that "great wine is made in the vineyard" but the Powers Family walks the talk.

Growing grapes since 1982 at Badger Mountain Vineyard (the first to be certified organic in the state), the Powers family has been a major force in promoting sustainable viticulture throughout the state.

This earth-friendly philosophy isn't just about grapes — Badger Mountain Vineyards has supported the PCC Farmland Trust since it was founded. For every bottle sold of their lively Cabernet or stylish Chardonnay, two dollars are donated to the Farmland Trust, helping to save local organic farmland forever!

So fill your glass and enjoy these two wines, blended by Powers and PCC exclusively for the trust.

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Photo by Seri Sedlacek

The "Cab": This is our best yet! Deep, dark purple and a gorgeous perfume of ripe fruit and minerals hint at what's to come — luscious black cherries, cassis and deep, dark fruits, laced with notes of pepper, rock, mineral, and a note of high lonesome sage. Great depth and texture and an assertive structure segue to a long, delicious finish.

The Chardonnay: This isn’t just any run-of-the-mill Chardonnay! Yes, it’s full, round and abundantly luscious, but it adds an alluring dimension of bright, citrus aromas and flavors that strike all the resonant chords on the palate. A minerally undercurrent coupled with bright acidity make a perfect companion to fresh seafood and seasonal produce.

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Since May 2007, Powers Winery of Kennewick, Wash. has donated $2 to the PCC Farmland Trust from every bottle of its Chardonnay and Cabernet sold at PCC Natural Markets.

Grand total: $119,663
(as of 5/31/2014)

In June 2014, the promotion raised $1,724 for the local, nonprofit land trust. Proof that it’s a good thing to drink great wine!

Bottle by bottle, sip by sip, you’re helping to preserve local organic farmland, forever.

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