ONEHOPE Sauvignon Blanc is hand-crafted in partnership with Rob Mondavi, Jr. from select vineyards in Napa Valley, Sonoma County and California’s Central Coast. Boasting a pale, golden color and flavors of pink grapefruit and bright, grassy undertones, this distinctive wine is fermented in stainless steel barrels. ONEHOPE Sauvignon Blanc is light, refreshing and finishes very crisp making it a perfect pairing with salmon, halibut, light pasta dishes, fresh fruits and a variety of cheeses.
|Trees provide us with everything from clean air andwater, to climate health, to social and recreational benefits. Thanks to our partnership with American Forests, every bottle of Sauvignon Blanc plants a tree and helps to protect our forests and ensure these resources flourish for generations to come.
ONEHOPE donates HALF of the profits from sales of its Sauvignon Blanc to benefit American Forests. For every bottle of Sauvignon Blanc, American Forests will plant a tree in a forest here in the US. American Forests encourages the long-term sustainability of America’s forests, restoring wildlife habitat, and developing quality environmental education programs, to assure that Americans today, and in the future, enjoy healthy, growing forests.
HALF of profits from ONEHOPE California Sauvignon Blanc sales are donated to non-profits that support our Planet.
|During the Prohibition, our spirited history tells of a unique network of rum running and bootlegging, or what we Canadians call “exporting.”
Spicebox was inspired by an enterprising Canadian who would ship contraband cargo in wooden barrels marked “spices” — all was going according to plan until a barrel took a spill, and their exporting days were over!
Whether through Moose Jaw or Windsor, Canadian Whisky made its way to the USA, by speedboat, cars traveling over frozen rivers or by airplane! “Rum Row” and “The Funnel” became some of the highest traffic waterways around!
At the roadhouses, or blind pigs and speakeasies, along the Canadian side of the Detroit River, hiding the whisky cache was a creative pursuit — blind pigs bore false floors, hideaway cupboards, secret passageways and secret boxes.
Their free lunches drew quite a crowd — free after a few drinks were purchased! To avert the law, these places had watchtowers, were wired, and “With a tip of the stick, the bottles of liquor would slide down a chute.”
Spicebox Whisky pays tribute to this True Canadian Spirit.