DuCard Vineyards official release of "Shenandoah" to support the Shenandoah National Park Trust

April 9, 2017

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DuCard Vineyards - 40 Gibson Hollow Lane, Etlan, VA 22719

Shenandoah National Park Trust announces new philanthropic support through release of DuCard Vineyards limited edition “Shenandoah” label wine

MADISON, VA On Sunday, April 9 at 1:00pm, boutique Virginia winery DuCard Vineyards will officially release “Shenandoah,a new wine created specifically to support the Shenandoah National Park Trust. The park borders the winery in Madison County, Virginia. The release event is open to the public and the press.

The label depicts Whiteoak Canyon and Falls, just around the corner from DuCard, in the style of 1930’s era posters that were commissioned for the western National Parks. DuCard has obtained the exclusive rights to use this iconic image from former park ranger and longtime enthusiast Doug Leen.

DuCard will donate $1 per bottle sold to the Shenandoah National Park Trust, and will provide specially signed and packaged bottles of the Shenandoah wine to the Trust in support of its fundraising activities.

“Shenandoah” is a slightly sweet white wine consisting primarily of Traminette grapes from a partner grower in the Shenandoah Valley, and is a terrific refresher on the DuCard patio, overlooking Shenandoah National Park, after a hike at Whiteoak Canyon.

DuCard Vineyards is a boutique Virginia winery located in beautiful Madison Country, VA. DuCard wines are sold only at the Madison County tasting room, just north of Charlottesville, and by mail order (most states); they are not available in any retail locations. DuCard is the top rated local winery on Trip Advisor, has been named Virginia Green Winery of the Year, and has an extensive record of support for local nonprofit and community activities. Visit www.ducardvineyards.com for more information.

The Shenandoah National Park Trust is the official nonprofit philanthropic partner of Shenandoah National Park. Funds raised help ensure that Shenandoah remains a crown jewel of the National Park Service, an economic driver for the region, and a national treasure for all to enjoy, for generations to come. Visit www.snptrust.org to learn about the Trust’s work.