Frenchie Winery To Help The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

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Frenchie Winery, a newly launched winery in Napa Valley’s Raymond Vineyards, will donate one dollar from every bottle of wine produced and sold in 2012 to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Animals are a soft spot for this hot new winery, which has Napa Valley’s only tasting room for dogs. Frenchie Winery is named after Frenchie, Raymond Vineyards’ proprietor Jean-Charles Boisset’s French bulldog. Each wine has a special label portraying the dog as a historical figure, inspired by the paintings of Carol Lew.

All wines by Frenchie Winery are available at the winery and online at FrenchieWinery.com and wine.com.

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