• The staff at Northwest Harvest Food Bank poses with a couple of bottles of Tinte Cellars’ Inspired red wine to help the winery celebrate its fifth anniversary of giving back to the community.

Tinte Cellars Celebrates Fifth Anniversary With Release
of Inspired Red Blend and Community Engagement Campaign

In celebration of its fifth anniversary, Woodinville, WA. based Tinte Cellars has released Inspired, a red wine blend sourced entirely from Washington State vineyards, and created #InspiredWithTinte – a community engagement campaign.

Tinte Cellars was founded in June of 2018 by Washington natives Tim Gamble and Teresa Spellman Gamble to create Great Wine for the Greater Good. The husband and wife co-owners created Tinte to craft world-class Washington wine and give back to the community at the same time.

Over the past five years, Tinte has received numerous wine awards and accolades and donated to philanthropic efforts that total more than $1 million in cash and in-kind donations to more than 180 nonprofits.

“We continue to be inspired by the quality of Washington State wines and their rightful place amongst the great wines of the world,” said Gamble.

“We are equally inspired by all the nonprofits who selflessly care for the health and well-being of our global community,” said Teresa Spellman Gamble.

2020 Inspired Red Wine can be purchased at all Tinte Cellars tasting room locations and online: https://tintecellars.orderport.net/product-details/1122/2020-Inspired-Red-Wine.

Throughout the last five years, Tim and Teresa have shared how they have been inspired to support the community. Now, they would like to hear the stories of others.  To make that happen, Tim and Teresa have launched #InspiredWithTinte – a campaign running through Labor Day that invites customers to purchase a bottle of Inspired and share what inspires them.

Here’s how it works:

Tinte Cellars Philanthropic Model

Every year since its inception, Tinte selects a few nonprofit organizations to receive a portion of all wine sales right off the top. Five percent of all retail sales and 10% of all wine club sales are split equally between the nonprofit organizations. The wine club sales contribution is especially significant, as it represents the vast majority of Tinte’s sales (approximately 90%). In addition, Tinte Cellars supports more than 50 additional charitable organizations each year through cash donations, in-kind donations, and nonprofit events.

The nonprofits receiving a portion of all wine sales in 2023 are Seattle Children’s Behavioral Health Crisis Care Clinic; Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic; Mary’s Place; and Northwest Harvest.

About Tinte Cellars

Tinte Cellars operates a production winery and tasting room in Woodinville and a tasting room & event venue in Seattle’s historic Georgetown neighborhood, Tinte Estate Vineyards on Red Mountain in Benton City, WA., and Tinte Red Mountain Retreat, a short-term vacation rental property nestled in the vineyard.

Tinte Cellars Awards & Wines

The Tinte Cellars team has secured dozens of wine awards over the past five years, recently earning critical acclaim at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, including Double Gold Medals for their Malbec and Red Mountain AVA Cabernet Sauvignon.  Their wines include: “Inspired” Red Blend, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, “Irish Eyes” Red Blend, Malbec, “Ramblers Red” Red Blend, Rosé of Counoise, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, and Viognier.

For more information about Tinte Cellars, including addresses and phone numbers of their Woodinville and Georgetown tasting rooms, visit: www.tintecellars.com.