Give a hoot, or 3, about wildlife
ST. HELENA, CA -- The Davis & Dyke Winery is for the birds. Literally.
The winery produces Three Hoots wine and donates 5% of its net proceeds to the Audubon Society to help support efforts to preserve wildlife. It also offers free shipping to customers purchasing 12 or more bottles of wine at a time.
Gustavo A. Gonzalez is the winemaker, who creates a wide variety: Consilium Cabernet Sauvignon 2007, Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 and 2008, Reserve Sauvignon Blanc 2009 and 2010, Reserve Chardonnay 2010, Hyde Vineyard Syrah 2009, Stanly Ranch Pinot Noir 2010 and an extra virgin olive oil 2010.
Its founders call Three Hoots "a passion project, driven by a love of wine and nature. Charles 'Jiggs' Davis produced his first private vintage in 2006. Inspired by its success, he went on to form a partnership with friend Jim Dyke. Davis & Dyke Winery became a formal business in 2009 and in 2010 released its first Three Hoots wine."
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