Try Chris Paul’s Wine, Send Kids To Technology And Enrichment Camp
For as much flash as Chris Paul shows on the court, he exudes just as much class off the hardwood.
The L.A. Clippers guard has partnered with ONEHOPE Wine to produce a special bottle of 2011 Napa Valley Reserve Pinot Noir which will benefit the Chris Paul Family Foundation. Every three bottles sold (one bottle is $60) will send one child to a Technology and Enrichment camp through the foundation.
According to ONEHOPE, this particular bottle “expresses complex flavors of raspberry, ripe cherry and toasted vanilla, followed by a lingering and mouthwatering finish consisting of allspice and eucalyptus.”
The Chris Paul Family Foundation is over a decade old, and aims to “level the playing field” for all families in three areas: Education, sports, and life.
The foundation often provides scholarships and partners with other organizations like Feed the Children, Make-A-Wish, Salvation Army B&G Clubs, and LA’s Best Afterschool programs to support education, literacy and technology enrichment, health and wellness initiatives.
If you’d like to buy a bottle and support the cause, head over to ONEHOPE.
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