Do you like wine and like to help people out? If you do, we have one wine company who is truly helping people with every bottle of wine you buy!

Old York Cellar runs the New Jersey winery, “What Exit Wines” What Exit Wines is unlike any winery I have ever met.

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Their first batch of What Exit Red was still in the tanks when Hurricane Sandy destroyed the homes and livelihoods of so many of their neighbors. This tragedy sparked their desire to use “What Exit Wines” to support those less fortunate by  donating proceeds from every bottle sold. For every single bottle sold one dollar gets put aside for charity. Since its launch in July of 2013, they have raised over $13,000 for Sandy Relief, Hometown Heroes, and many other New Jersey based charities.

(Pictured to the left is the “What Exit Wines” family giving a $5,000 check to Hurricane Sandy Relief)

 

Every month “What Exit Wines” features a new “Charity of the Month” where they pick a new charity to donate to. For the month of October (until October 31st), the featured charity is “Dance for The CureThis Hillsborough based charity is committed to the prevention and cure of cancer through the celebration of dance. You can buy a bottle a wine to support the “Dance For The Cure” right here.

“What Exit Wines” also sells wine with Personalized labels. These labels can feature anything from your favorate shore town name (mine is Wildwood) to somebody’s birthday wish. They have some great designs. Check them out here.

“What Exit Wines” will be doing a large giveaway in partner with us via our facebook page, “The Wildwood Boardwalk”

 

The What Exit Wine swag bag giveaway includes:
2-wine glasses, 1-wine opener WEW_SwagGiftBox_web
1-black t-shirt(size chosen by winner)
1-key chain
1-pair of sunglasses
1-$20 online gift card.

To enter, jump on our facebook page and follow the steps!

 

 

 

 

Make sure to visit, “What Exit Wines” on their website, http://oldyorkcellars.com/whatexitwines



About The Author

My name is Joey Contino. I am a big lover of anything Wildwood. I have lived and worked in Wildwood my whole life. I worked jobs from working on the beach renting umbrellas and chairs to being a supervisor at Morey's Piers. Wildwood is my life and my home!