Celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 10 with an at Home Wine and Chocolate Tasting and Help Fund Global Conservation
Chufly Imports and Endangered Species Chocolate provide sustainably certified products with proceeds benefiting Rainforest Trust
In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Rainforest Trust has teamed up with Chufly Imports and Endangered Species Chocolate to create a special wine and chocolate tasting on Thursday, February 10 at 7 p.m. EST. The event is virtual.
The organization recommends that purchasers consider gathering some friends to join in on the virtual tasting. Chufly has curated a collection of wines from three emerging vineyards in the Americas. Endangered Species Chocolate has paired three bars of its gourmet chocolate with the wines.
Tickets are $100 each, plus $20 shipping and include:
- Three sustainable wines curated by Chufly’s team of in-house sommeliers
- Three gourmet chocolate bars from Endangered Species Chocolate
- Preview of Rainforest Trust’s new project in Africa
- Shipping directly to your home
- Professionally guided wine tasting
- A donation to Rainforest Trust of one-third of the ticket price
Please be sure to purchase tickets no later than Thursday, February 3 to ensure wines and chocolate arrive in time for the tasting. All purchasers and recipients must be 21 years of age or older and must be home to accept the shipment. (Please note: Chufly ships to all U.S. states except: Ala., Ark., Ariz., Del., Hawaii, Miss., Okla., R.I., Utah) due to shipping restrictions.) Six and 12 bottle packs are also available. These wines are from emerging wine regions with high-impact conservation and sustainable development.
The three-bottle pack includes “1750 Cabernet Sauvignon, 2018,” from Santa Cruz, Bolivia; “Aranjuez Duo Chardonnay | Sauvignon Blanc, 2020,” from Tarija, Bolivia; and “Magnus Merlot | Cabernet Sauvignon, 2016,” also from Tarija, Bolivia
Three gourmet, 3 oz. Endangered Species Chocolate bars have been carefully selected to pair with the wines and includes vibrant cherries and dark chocolate; oat milk and dark chocolate; and tart raspberries and dark chocolate.
Since 1988, Rainforest Trust has been protecting imperiled tropical habitats and saving endangered species by establishing protected areas in partnership with local organizations and communities around the globe. With its partners, Rainforest Trust has safeguarded more than 37 million acres of vital habitat. The Rainforest Trust Climate Action Fund supports projects that protect forests that cost-effectively store and sequester large quantities of carbon. The goal of Rainforest Trust is to work to permanently lock up 15 billion tons of carbon by 2025.
“Last year, nearly one acre of rainforest was lost every second, which equates to an area the size of Pennsylvania that is simply gone, up in smoke. The biodiversity is lost and the carbon once stored is now contributing to climate change,” said Leslie VanSant, vice president of philanthropy at Rainforest Trust. “Creating and maintaining protected areas is the simplest most cost-effective solution to reduce climate change. Rainforest Trust has been doing just that for nearly 34 years.”Leslie VanSantVice President, Philanthropy
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