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Candoni Wines Facebook Page Helps Arbor Day Foundation

Candoni Wines is working with Arbor Day Foundation to plant trees in the United States National Forests. You can help by going to Facebook and “liking” Candoni Wines. Until the end of May, for every 10 “likes” Candoni Wines will donate one tree. To find the Candoni Facebook page go to https://www.facebook.com/candoniwines. Click “like” and help support the planting of trees in US National Forests.

Our US National Forests need help to repair the damage done by forest fires. According to the  Arbor Day Foundation‘s website, “Record wildfire seasons in recent years have destroyed millions of trees in forests around the country. Many areas have burned so severely that replanting is necessary.” Even as I write this blog, firefighters are working hard to stop forest fires in California.

Candoni Wines is an Italian family who has been producing wines for 150- plus years. They have also established an import company (Arel Group Wine & Spirits, Inc.) in the United States focused on importing only the Candoni wines into the US. Check out the Candoni website which has information about the family, recipes and also 11 art projects.

Appreciators of art will enjoy the artistic wine labels on each bottle of Candoni wine. The Candoni website notes, “Each Candoni bottle is rendered a unique piece of art by a serigraph reproduction of an Etruscan fresco painting. Serigraphy is the technique of permanently applying color through the use of screens of woven of silk. in the case of the bottles, ceramic colors are applied to the surface of the glass, which is subsequently subjected to heat treatments that render the color indelible. “

Be sure to help add a tree to the National Forests by “liking” Candoni’s Facebook page.

Note: Candoi Wines include: Chianti D.O.C.G. Pinot Noir, Merlot D.O.C., Moscato d’Italia, Pinot Grigio D.O.C., Organic Merlot, Organic Pinot Grigio and Prosecco D.O.C.

Cheers! Kathy

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