(Danbury, Conn.) Join us for a fundraiser to benefit Newtown Youth & Family Services
What do you do with Pomaceis or the leftover skins, pulp and seeds after wine has been made?
- Produce grappa, brandy and gin
- Grind the seeds to extract grape seed oil and mine the skins as a source of cream of tartar
- Feed supplements for cattle
- Enhance your compost
Starting on October 10th contact SRW to purchase a bag of crushed grapes for a minimal donation of $10 per bag.
ALL proceeds directly benefit Newtown Youth & Family Services
By appointment only, call Giovanni @ (203) 948-8235.
Newtown Youth & Family Services (NYFS) is a licensed non-profit mental health clinic and youth service bureau that is committed to continuously providing high quality human health services for the well-being of the community. For more than 30 years, NYFS has offered specialized programs and services to individuals of all ages. Amongst the specialized services are: outpatient individual, couple and family counseling and substance abuse treatment services, in addition to offering prevention initiatives, after school, evening and weekend programs and support groups to promote individual and community wellness.
Shelter Rock Winery offers members the unique opportunity to handcraft their own wine. Located in Danbury at 5 Shelter Rock Road, Shelter Rock Winery is Fairfield County’s first wine making club where family-friends, area businesses and wine aficionados can gather for a genuine winemaking process from grape selection to glass. For more information visit www.shelterrockwinery.com. Follow us on Twitter @shelterrockwine. Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ShelterRockWinery