Live from the Heart: A Special Benefit with Punch Brothers at Penner-Ash Wine Cellars in Newberg, Oregon, Saturday August 20, 2016
WHAT: Yamhill Carlton’s Penner-Ash Wine Cellars will be the site for an intimate, evening concert with progressive bluegrass greats, Punch Brothers, on Saturday, August 20, from 5-10pm. Set against the backdrop of the winery’s sweeping estate vineyard and Mt Hood views, attendees will enjoy a sumptuous, locally-sourced meal by Chef Scott Dolich of Park Kitchen and Bent Brick, paired with Penner-Ash’s acclaimed, small batch Pinot Noirs.
VIP tickets include an estate and winery tour led by vintners Ron and Lynn Penner-Ash, artist meet & greet with Punch Brothers, and special gift. 100% of the proceeds benefit the Children’s Cancer Association’s flagship MyMusicRx program, which delivers the healing power of music to kids facing cancer and other serious illnesses.
WHEN: Saturday, August 20, 5:00 – 10:00pm
WHERE: Penner-Ash Wine Cellars, 15771 NE Ribbon Ridge Rd, Newberg, OR 97132
TICKETS: $250 – VIP (limited to only 30), $125 – General. Available for purchase now at www.joyrx.org/punchbrothers.
CONTACT: Jake Pippin, email@example.com 503-554-5545
ABOUT: The Children’s Cancer Association leverages music, friendship, play, and resources to create transformative moments of joy for 20,000 children, teens, and their family members each year. Unlike organizations dedicated to the worthy goal of finding a cure for cancer, CCA focuses on creating joy today. Their flagship program, MyMusicRx, provides bedside and digital “music medicine” programs that engage hospitalized children of all ages and diagnoses, relieving stress, anxiety, and perception of pain. Since 1995, MyMusicRx has served nearly 150,000 children along with their families, caregivers, and medical professionals. Today, it is available daily to 7,500 children in 25 pediatric hospitals across the country and growing. Children’s Cancer Association. MyMusicRx. JoyRx.org.
Penner Ash was founded in 1998 by winemaker Lynn Penner-Ash and her educator husband Ron Penner-Ash. After beginning her winemaking career at notable Napa Valley wineries, Lynn became the first woman winemaker hired in Oregon, when she took the post as head winemaker for Rex Hill. While at Rex Hill, Lynn and Ron launched Penner-Ash, producing 125 cases of Pinot Noir and Syrah in their first year. In 2005 they built their stunning, hill-top, gravity-flow winery surrounded by sustainably farmed estate vineyards, where today they produce 15,000 cases of single vineyard and appellation Pinot Noir, Syrah, Riesling, Viognier and Rosé. The winery is open to visitors daily. www.pennerash.com