We chose to visit Tulip Winery because we read about the owner's philanthropy and support of the Village of Hope. Staff member, Lital Roth, provided a delicious wine tasting experience with a wonderful cheese board during which she blended information about the wine with the support given to the community for adults with disabilities by the winemaker and his family. We were moved by the focus on the meaningful life experiences provided by the winemaker family to the community members including the wine-making and processing, arts initiatives, and candle-making. During our visit, they were in the process of building a petting zoo, which promises to be an excellent experience for visitors and meaningful work, education, and therapy for the community members. We enjoyed meeting some of the community members and observe the bottling and packaging process. Be sure to ask about the moving story behind the wine label. We purchased wine onsite and are actively recommending Tulip wines to friends and family, not only because the wine is delicious but also because the winemaker and family deserve support for their selfless caring for these adults in need.
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