We are thrilled to announce cc-TDI’s partnership with Alit Wines. Alit has generously donated a palette of their 2020 Pinot Noir, and 100% of each bottle sold will support childhood cancer research at cc-TDI!
This partnership was made possible by cc-TDI’s dear friend and Executive Board Member, Levi Seed. As a survivor of childhood cancer himself, Levi wanted to find a creative way to give back to his community and to support cc-TDI in the process. Levi currently serves as the Director of Hospitality and Lead Sommelier at the renowned Joel Palmer House in Dayton, Oregon where he manages the country’s largest selection of Oregon Pinot Noir. His vision has been to pair the best wineries in the Willamette Valley, with his strong relationships in fine dining, to create a critical funding source for cc-TDI.
“My ability to partner with wineries in the Willamette Valley to create private labels, showcases the best of what the valley has to offer, and raises awareness for cc-TDI’s mission of making childhood cancer universally survivable. cc-TDI’s research means so much to the childhood cancer community and this is my opportunity to support their important work.”
This wine was thoughtfully crafted to represent the unique terroir of Oregon. With notes of petrichor and fresh pomegranate, this wine holds true to Oregon while paying homage to its Burgundian style. Tart, fresh and ripe red fruits and beautiful aromas of organic earth, wet stones, and savory herbs. As you enjoy this trio, you are furthering the childhood cancer research mission at cc-TDI. Thank you for supporting this unique opportunity!