Flora Earthquake Relief Efforts in the News

September 2, 2014

Following the 6.0 earthquake in the Napa area August 24th, the Flora Springs family wanted to help our Napa Valley community.

Upon learning that The Napa Food Bank was low on food, we opened up The Room as a designated Upvalley drop-off location. To date, we’ve collected many grocery bags of food donations and raised over $1000. “A lot of people came in because they said they saw either in print or on social media that we were donating tasting fees,” says Tasting Room Manager Kristin Johnstone. “We will remain a drop-off location as long as needed.”

We also especially wanted to reach out to our Wine Club members, some who suffered significant damage to their homes. In this video – footage from ABC 7 News out of San Francisco – our own Tom Shoar explains how, with a small token of support and appreciation, we were able to help our most loyal customers and fans to get back on the road to recovery.

Tom says, “I think it was a very nice break for some people to know someone was thinking of them.” (Footage featuring Flora Springs begins at 1:50.)

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