Engraving your horse’s name on a halter plaque or stall door is so last year. This year why don’t you step it up a notch and name a bottle of wine after your horse?! Yes, YOU can name a bottle of Hidden Hills Farm & Vineyard wine after YOUR horse for the 2020 bottling season. Don’t have a horse but think this is a super cool thing to bid on? Then name a bottle of wine after a DEFHR horse.
Hidden Hills Farm and Vineyard is a 100+ acre farm nestle in the heart of Frederick County specializing in growing grapes that thrive in Maryland’s climate and creating wines akin to vintages from the Bordeaux, France wine region.
Since you have to wait a few months to “cash in “ this item, tonight you will go home with 2 bottles of Hidden Hills Farm & Vineyard wines (Enchantress Chardonnay & Raven - $60 value) as well as a tasting certificate for you and 7 of your closest friends ($100 value), to give you the chance to learn more about the vineyard and taste more of their wines as well as giving you the opportunity to brag about YOUR horse’s name going on one of Hidden Hills Farm & Vineyard’s bottles of wine in 2020.
Wine label designs will begin around November/December and go to print in January. Name must be submitted to Hidden Hills Farm & Vineyard no later than January 2020. Name must be that of a horse.