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Southbay Magazine and ONEHOPE Wine have teamed for a special online partnership aimed at generating new funds for deserving South Bay charities.

Southbay Magazine and ONEHOPE Wine have teamed for a special online partnership aimed at generating new funds for deserving South Bay charities.

Founded by Manhattan Beach resident Jake Kloberdanz, ONEHOPE already donates part of its net sales to causes such as breast cancer, AIDS and Autism. The new Web page would specifically benefit South Bay charities, with a percentage of sales going to deserving organizations like our very own Walk With Sally.

Make a purchase at onehopewine.com/southbay.ONEHOPE also adds a prestigious new bottle to its collection, an amazing 100% Carneros AVA Estate Pinot Noir by winemaker Rob Mondavi, Jr. With only 1,100 acres of planted vineyards in the Carneros region, the wine will be available to the public in a limited bottling of only 1,200. Look forward to a wine aged 11 months in New French Oak with wonderful aromas of raspberries, blackberries and roses.

Find out more at onehopewine.com.

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