Beneficial Nonprofit Wine Labels
The Little Grape That Could is an Altruistic Toronto Vino Brand
By: Rebecca Byers
Sep 25, 12
The Little Grape That Could is a nonprofit Toronto wine company founded in July 2012 by a group of volunteers. The nonprofit wine brand donates 100% of its profits to the charity of the customer’s choice. Currently offering two Argentinian wines (a Torrontés and a Cabernet Sauvignon), the Little Grape That Could is available in Ontario at LCBO locations.
Each bottle of The Little Grape That Could has a code printed on the back that the costumer is encouraged to enter online on the charity page of the company’s website in order to select an organization for their donation.
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