Pop a cork of our ONEHOPE California Brut Sparkling Wine to make any moment a celebration, all while providing lasting hope to many others in need. Toast to the fact that 50% of the profits from the purchase of this wine go directly to help end childhood hunger in America.
Our California Sparkling Wine is light in color and displays aromas of fresh green apple and nectarine with a hint of fresh baked bread. Crisp, intriguing fresh fruit reminiscent of succulent peach, sweet berries and pear linger on the plate, finishing with creamy and refreshing bubbles. This Brut Sparkling Wine can be paired with appetizers, seafood, sushi as well as a wide range of desserts and cheeses.
|Share Our Strength®, a national nonprofit, is ending childhood hunger in America by connecting children with the nutritious food they need to lead healthy, active lives. Through its No Kid Hungry® campaign—a national effort to end childhood hunger in America—Share Our Strength ensures children in need are enrolled in effective federal nutrition programs; invests in community organizations fighting hunger; teaches families how to cook healthy, affordable meals; and builds public-private partnerships to end childhood hunger, at the state and city level. Working closely with the culinary industry and relying on the strength of its volunteers, Share Our Strength hosts innovative culinary fundraising events and develops pioneering cause marketing campaigns that support No Kid Hungry. Visit NoKidHungry.org to get involved.
Half of our profits from the purchase of this sparkling wine are donated to end childhood hunger in America.
|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.