8/30/2011 1:06 PM
SEATTLE, August 29, 2011 – Bastille has partnered with Sozo Friends to raise money that will provide meals for the Ballard Food Bank.
Bastille’s wine director, James Lechner, has added Sozo’s 2009 “Potential” Pinot Noir to the wine list. Oregon’s esteemed Elk Cove Winery located in the Willamette Valley makes the “Potential” Pinot Noir. The wine is currently available at Bastille for $16 per glass or $80 per bottle. Each glass sold provides two meals, and each bottle ten meals, for the Ballard Food Bank.
Sozo Friends is a crafter of premium and ultra-premium wine. Sozo partners with hunger-relief organizations. Every Sozo product consumed provides anywhere from 1-25 meals for orphans, widows, and homeless who lack basic needs. The number of meals provided is listed on the label of every bottle of Sozo wine. Sozo wines can be purchased online or from the wine lists at dozens of Seattle’s premier restaurants. To learn more about Sozo, visit www.sozofriends.com.
To learn more about the Ballard Food Bank, visit www.ballardfoodbank.org.