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Introducing the national park wine collection

Introducing the National Parks Wine Collection. A charitable collaboration between Adler Fels Winery and the National Park Foundation, proceeds from the sale of National Parks Wine Collection will contribute $2.00 per bottle to efforts of the Foundation, helping protect, support and enrich America’s National Parks. The site is run by John & jake. All really interested in this particular niche.


Featuring the photographs of Mark Burns, these wines celebrate the beauty of America’s national parks while helping support their preservation.This partnership allows consumers to give back to the parks that enrich lives, by contributing $2.00 per bottle to the National Park Foundation.The funds generated will assist the Foundation in their ongoing mission of preserving these national treasures. America’s national parks receive over 280 million visits each year.

About Adler Fels Winery: Founded in 1979, the storied Adler Fels Winery is nestled at 1500 feet on the slopes of the Mayacamas Mountains, overlooking the picturesque Sonoma Valley. The winery gained early acclaim for their Adler Fels Gewurztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc. Today the winery has grown to become one of the country’s largest producers of proprietary and private label wines. Whether for their limited production estate wines or their nationally distributed negociant brands, Adler Fels philosophy is to produce balanced, elegant wines with intense varietal character that deliver great value. In 2012, Adler Fels partnered with the National Park Foundation to produce the inaugural National Parks Wine Collection.

About Nomacorc:
Nomacorc is a worldwide leader in wine closures and the No. 1 closure brand for still wines in many countries including the United States. Nomacorc manufactures more than 2.2 billion, 100 percent recyclable closures annually, including those for the National Parks Wine Collection.

About Mark Burns:
American photographer Mark Burns employs archival pigment and platinum printmaking processes to create memorable and compelling images that display a signature mastery of composition, lighting and technique.

His work has appeared in publications around the world, including Time magazine, The Sporting News, Wine Spectator,Wine Enthusiast and Wine & Spirits magazine. Burns’ photography will be featured on each bottle of wine in the National Parks Wine Collection.

About The National Park Foundation

The National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, raises private funds that directly aid, support and enrich America’s over 400 national parks and their programs. Chartered by Congress as the nonprofit partner of the National Park Service, the National Park Foundation plays a critical role in conservation and preservation efforts, establishing national parks as powerful learning environments, and giving all audiences an equal and abundant opportunity to experience, enjoy and support America’s treasured places.

About Me: The Blog Editor

Hi. I am the blog admin/editor/writer ( whatever you want to call )

I’ve created this blog out of my passion for wine and wine stuff. I am going to make this site my personal blog and i’ll make sure to write about only the informational stuff and without pitching you anything to buy from my site. Having said that, i also want you to encourage do your research before you apply anything you read from this blog. As i cannot guarantee the accuracy of information i provide on this blog of mine. However, i will make sure to provide as accurate info as i could.

However, i will still post random stuff too ( from time to time ) so this blog wouldn’t be precisely about wine and wine stuff.