CUSTOM WVWA PENDLETON BLANKET for HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WINERY BUILD
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THIS IS A PRE-SALE ITEM. SHIPPING INCLUDED.
Orders must be placed by June 27. Blanket orders will then move to production at Pendleton Woolen Mills. Blankets are expected to ship by the end of November, in time for the holidays.
$100 from each blanket sale supports the Willamette Valley Wineries Association's efforts to raise $100,000 to build a new home for a wine country family in need.
BLANKET SIZE: The blanket is 64″ x 80″, perfect as a picnic blanket, cozy campfire or fireplace throw or footer on a queen-sized bed.
THE HOME THAT WINE COUNTRY BUILT
In 2018, the Willamette Valley Wineries Association designed a custom Pendleton blanket that honors the land, the wine, and the people of Willamette Valley wine country. In 2021, we release a new version of the blanket updated with the colors that saturate our landscapes during the days just before harvest, when vines are laden with nearly ripe fruit and sunrises bleed into vineyards at dawn's light. Our first fundraising campaign for the McMinnville Area Habitat for Humanity Winery Build is tied to the pre-sale of the blanket, with a portion of sales benefiting the effort. We hope you will find the beauty of this blanket and the benefit of your purchase compelling reasons to support our work to raise $100,000 and a house along with it!
The intricacies of Oregon's famed Willamette Valley American Viticultural Area are rendered with diligent detail down to the vineyard blocks themselves. Geography, soils, and geologic complexity of the region are artfully showcased in this one-of-a-kind map!
Printed in the USA on archival-quality paper (acid free, 10% recycled, 94 bright, FSC certified)
Ships in a custom tube
Price includes shipping
Map data by everyvine.com, design by John Fisher, geologic cross section by Timothy A. Cross, special thanks to Patrick Reuter.
This is a large map that will most likely require custom framing. We recommend having it vacuum-mounted on artboard or foam core. Contact your local framing store for options.
This map was completed in July 2016 and therefore does not reflect the Van Duzer Corridor AVA established in 2019 or the Tualatin Hills and Laurelwood District AVAs established in 2020.