November 16th – December 18th, 2023
Visit a participating winery and donate a minimum of five non-perishable items within the expiration date and receive an array of offerings. Complimentary wine tasting, up to 15% off your purchase, and much more; offers varies at each location.
- Amador Cellars – Complimentary wine tasting for 2 and 10% off purchase.
- Andis Wines – Complimentary wine tasting and 20% off bottle purchase.
- Di Stasio Vineyards & Wines – Complimentary wine tasting and 10% discount off wine purchase.
- Dobra Zemlja Winery – Complimentary wine tasting for two and a 10% discount off wine purchase.
- Helwig Winery – Enjoy 15% off any wine purchase.
- Iron Hub Winery – Enjoy 15% discount on 3 bottles or more of their favorite wines, mix and match!
- Le Mulet Rouge Wine – In the season of giving, we will reward your generosity with 15% off your wine purchase / 25% off for wineclub
- Lusso Della Terra – Complimentary wine and cheese pairing and 15% off purchase.
- Rancho Victoria Vineyards – Two complimentary tasting and 15% off purchase.
- Rombauer Vineyards – New visitors will receive a complimentary tasting with donation. Existing Wine Club Members will receive an additional 5% discount on wine purchase with donation.
- Rubidoux Ridge Vineyard – 2 for 1 wine tasting and 20 % off all estate wines.
- Terra d’ Oro – Complimentary wine tasting and 10% off your purchases.
- Terre Rouge and Easton Wines – Complimentary tastings of 6 wines with olive tapenade and crackers for 4 guest.
Most Items Needed
Rice, pasta, sauces, canned foods, canned vegetables, snack, juice box, cereal, fruits, tomato, soup, instant potatoes, herbs & spices, milk, water, coffee, sugar, utensils, and cups.
Interfaith Food Bank of Amador County
The Interfaith Council of Amador County mission is to work to eliminate hunger and its causes because nobody should have to face the day hungry.
Interfaith Council of Amador County envision a time without hunger in Amador County; a time when parents don’t go without to feed their children and a time when the elderly do not choose between housing, life-saving medication, and food.
Nearly 25 years ago, a group of local people and organizations, each of whom recognized the need to work together to feed Amador County’s community of men, women, and children who are hungry, were inspired to feed our community’s hungry men, women, and children. In 1996, with a Community Development Block Grant from the Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency (ATCAA), original director Karen Giacalone and 16 local churches formed the Interfaith Council of Amador County.
In 2023, the Interfaith Food Bank served just over 1,949 households and 6,291 individual in our county.
For more information visit – FeedAmador.org