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"I LOVE MY BOOBIES!"
WINE PAIR: $31.98
STATE & FEDERAL TAXES
& Shipping and Handling will be added during checkout

Red Blend: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. Notes of blackberries, cherries, leather and white pepper.

White Blend: Chardonnay and Semillion. Notes of peach, pear, apricot, and jasmine.


For each wine pair sold,
$8 is donated to the Prevent Cancer Foundation.

Learn more about the
Prevent Cancer Foundation: www.preventcancer.org

We're Giving Back!

Montana Winery announces the launch of "I Love My Boobies!" - two new blended Red & White wines created in partnership with The Prevent Cancer Foundation.

Prevent Cancer Foundation is the only U.S. nonprofit solely focused on the prevention and early detection of cancer. Each year more than 1.6 million Americans are diagnosed with cancer, and more than 580,000 lives are lost. However, with what we know through research up to 50 percent of cancer cases, and more than 50 percent of cancer death can be prevented by simply engaging in healthy lifestyle choices, knowing your family history and getting screened.

The Prevent Cancer Foundation is dedicated to funding innovative cancer prevention and early detection research, and supporting community programs across the nation who are providing free cancer screening and educational programs. Its vision is to Stop Cancer Before It Starts!

New Fall/Winter Tasting Room Hours!

Thursday thru Saturday 3-7 pm *
*Make sure to check our events calendar as the tasting room will be closed for Private Events

Last Best Red captures the true spirit of our great state of Montana. Deemed by many as "The Last Best Place," Montana offers a culture of its own with a loving sense of adventure. Undoubtedly, Last Best Red is a diverse red blend that offers your palate a broad spectrum of texture and excitement. Last Best Red is fit for all occasions but compliments alfresco parties, sunsets, and bonfires with friends especially well. Refreshing and and similar to the crisp, clean, mountain air, Last Best White offers your palate a landscape of taste and spontaneity.Last Best White is fit for all occasions, but compliments a sunny day, stargazing, and holiday celebrations with family and friends, especially well.

The Soul Red blend and the Soul White blend manifest every reason why people fall in love with Montana. Our wild lands embody everything nature's soul has to offer. Simplicity and solitude are collected and bottled together to craft each bottle of Soul Red, and Soul White. Now go ahead and pour yourself a glass and fid yourself in the company of a blend which will awaken your soul.

Soldiers' Angels red and white blends . For every bottle sold, a donation is made to Soldiers' Angels help us “Be An Angel” to our brave men and women in uniform who so gallantly served for our freedom. Go ahead and enjoy a glass of Soldiers' Angels red or white blend while your purchase supports our military families, deployed service members, wounded heroes, and veterans!

I Love My Boobies! red and white blends represents the highly diverse characteristics of both the red and blue-footed booby birds, and our great state of Montana. For every bottle sold, a donation is made to the Prevent Cancer Foundation to help save lives across all populations through cancer prevention and early detection. Go ahead and enjoy a glass of I Love My Boobies! red or white blend while new ways to save all boobies are discovered with your contribution!

Freedom Service Dogs is a nonprofit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and custom training them for individual client needs. Their clients include children, veterans and active duty military, and other adults with disabilities including traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, post-traumatic stress disorder, and autism.

The Montana Food Bank Network has been feeding Montana since 1983 and distributes over 8 million pounds of food annually to almost 200 community-based organizations across Montana such as soup kitchens, shelters, community programs, food pantries and senior centers.