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1st Annual "Stomp Like Lucy"

Benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Idaho


Thank you to everyone who came out to our 1st Annual “Stomp Like Lucy!” We already can’t wait for next year. 

October 17, 2020 | 12-6 p.m.

Kerry Hill Winery

17264 Kerry Hill Lane, Wilder, ID 83676

 


About the Event: 

Join us for some grape stomping fun at Kerry Hill Winery while raising money to support families with sick kids. Enter a 2-person team into the event by making a $100 donation to RMHC of Idaho or plan to root for your favorite team. All are welcome to watch the fun!

MELT Food Truck and Nezzy Sweets will be on-site and are planning to donate 10% of their sales to RMHC of Idaho. We’ll also have a raffle for a case of wine from Kerry Hill. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own blankets and chairs in order to social distance outside.

Kerry Hill Winery is located just 45 minutes west of Boise in the Snake River Valley. A suggested donation to RMHC of Idaho will be collected for parking. Space is limited.

*Team costumes encouraged!

How It Will Work:

There will be a total of 3 heats at 1 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3 p.m. with 4 teams per heat. During your heat, one person will gather grapes in a 5-gallon bucket and bring it back. The other person will then stomp while their teammate watches for the juice to hit the winning line. The fastest time out of all three heats will be the overall winner.

Participating teams are encouraged to wear costumes. The winning team will receive a $50 Kerry Hill gift certificate.

Even if you’re not competing, you can still come and watch the competition while enjoying food, wine, and cheering for your favorite team.

About Kerry Hill Winery

Named after the Kerry Hill sheep, that our owner lovingly raises, Kerry Hill Winery is an estate vineyard in the Snake River Valley with a new tasting room that opened in  December 2019. While the focus at Kerry Hill is producing beautiful, nuanced wines, our land is used for more than just growing grapes. We’ve designed our landscape to attract and nurture pollinators, owls, bats, and raptors—providing them with native plants, flowers, and shelter. Respectful farming practices like these not only lead to better wine, but to a healthier ecosystem for the Snake River Valley and beyond.

For any questions, reach out to Jill Smith at jill@rmhcidaho.org or 208-609-3377.