Saturday, December 27, 2008

Humanitas Wines Giveaway

This contest is closed. Congratulations to our winner!

Giveaway: Taste The Flavor of Wines From Humanitas Wines
In a joint effort to celebrate the re-launch of Mighty Miracle Mist and have some relaxing fun during this stressful Holiday time, Helpful Hallie's and CreateChatter Marketing & PR bring to you several fun website "Hunts"! The "Hunts" will include websites that may or may not be known to you, but deserve to be noticed! All of the websites are family-friendly and range from keeping you organized to helping out a great charity.
So... I know you are excited, so let's get started!
Humanitas Wines Giveaway
This wonderful giveaway definitely has the the over 21 crowd in mind - especially Moms & Dads since the Holiday season is coming to a close. Thank you to Bin Ends Wine for coordinating this giveaway with Humanitas Wines - a package of four wonderful wines made with care in mind.

The Product:

Humantias Wines
(Value: $92.00)

  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • Chardonnay
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Pinot Noir

Visit this link for more product info: https://checkout.inertiabev.com/humanitas/catalog/index.jsp

The Website:
Humanitas is a unique winery with a very compelling story. Simply we make wine, sell it, and give the profits to charity!

Specifically, the profits go to find solutions to three very primary issues -- hunger, affordable housing and illiteracy -- and we've chosen America's Second Harvest, Habitat for Humanity and Reading is Fundamental as our primary charities. However, we try to support whatever charity best addresses these issues community by community.
How To Enter: Extremely simple!
  • Visit the Humanitas Wines website
  • Choose a wine that best describes you from the Humanitas catalog
  • Return to this post and leave a comment
  • Giveaway is open until 11:59 PM EST Friday, January 2, 2009
First entry: Your comment should include your name, email address, and the wine you chose. Explain why this wine describes you and make a pledge to be charitable this year by purchasing this particular wine from Humanitas Wines.
Second entry: You can earn another entry if you Tweet about this giveaway and include Humanitas Wines Twitter ID @humanitas. Again, return here to leave a comment that you tweeted.

Third entry: You can earn a third entry if you post on your blog about this giveaway from Helpful Hallie's and the great charitable work being done by Humanitas Wines. Again, return here to leave a comment and include your post link.

Open to residents within the United States.

Winner will be chosen by Random.org

Good luck to all those entering and make sure you stop by for our next BIG giveaway! A view of what is up:
A children's book series for the little girl in your life from The Cupcakes Club.

84 comments:

The Mom said...
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MJ said...

I know absolutely nothing about wine but I've love to learn! The Humanitas 2005 'Caldwell Vineyards' Napa Cabernet Sauvignon sounds like a great place to start!

Andrea said...

I would have to say that the Cabernet Saugvignon describes me. The description says, "'Caldwell Vineyards' are planted in the lean, rocky soil of southeast Napa's exposed hillsides -- an ideal medium for the fruit that creates this exceptionally complex & concentrated wine. I think that others might say that I have a bit of a rocky soil that yields a complex and concentrated personality!
I do pledge to buy a wine from Humanitas this year. This is my first exposure to them, but wine and charity - what more could you ask for. I love that they are supporting the 70 yo cyclist raising money for Habitat for Humanity - sounds like a great company!

Andrea said...

Ooops...hit post too quickly. My name is Andrea and my email is andrea at parentise dot com.

Andrea said...

I twittered about this giveaway at: http://twitter.com/PARENTise/status/1081655125

valerie2350 said...

Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
DEEP, DELICIOUS, COMPLEX - just like me ;)
Love that it's a charitable company!
valerie2350
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hotmail
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valerie2350 said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/valerie2350/status/1081781268

valerie2350 said...

blogged
http://sweeps4bloggers.blogspot.com/2008/12/helpfulhallies-wine-giveaway-1209.html

Jenna said...

I would have to go with the Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noi. Sounds delicious. Thanks!

The Muse said...

Not entering but a tres chic contest...good blog :)

Aisha said...

I would love the Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay because it's a friendly wine with a hint of fruit flavor. That would interesting to try.

Aisha said...

I twittered this giveaway!

Lilith Silvermane said...

I think I'm like the
Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir.. this would be a great way to introduce my boyfriend into wine, his friends are finishing up their "bar basement" and these would be great additions to the first wine party!

Lilith Silvermane said...

Ahem... my e-mail address is... LilithSilvermane(at)gmail(dot)com

LoveALizzard said...

My name is Liz and my email is lizznicholson[at]gmail[dot]com.


I chose the "Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay"

"THE MOST FRIENDLY WINE ON THE PLANET!"... well, most people think I'm one of the friendliest people they've ever met (must be the Minnesota background), almost to my detriment. Additionally, I think wine should be 'friendly' to drink, and too often, they're harsh and in your face and difficult. Chardonnay in particular.

Alli said...

The Humanitas 2006 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon reminds me of my family. I think "bursting" is what caught my eye!

windycindy said...

What a wonderful site with a great foundation! The Humanitas 2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc sounds a lot like me! The grapefruit, mild fruity taste is what I like in a wine. Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Diane said...

I'd love the Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir because I'm such a Pinot Noir fan. We've gone wine tasting on many occasions, and somehow we always come home with a larger selection of the Pinot Noirs than anything else! This one sounds fantastic, like something we'd reserve for a special meal.
themommyspot at gmail dot com

Diane K.

Tisa said...

I would pick Humanitas 2006 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon as I love raspberries, cocoa & coffee! Yummy! I pledge to make a purchase this coming year. Thanks! ~ :)

acmilan68@aol.com

Anonymous said...

The Cabernet Saugvignon suits me to a tee. It's smooth and elegant like I like to think I'am. I pleadge to contribute to this wonderful cause.

one6ylady said...

Donna Holmberg - one6ylady(at)aol(dot)com

Their 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay sounds like me... made to be more friendly to others.

Megan said...

I love the Paso Robles Cabernet! It sounds so tasty and fun..... and it has cocoa and coffee.. that's me in a bottle! Thanks for introducing me to this site!

megan.nadalet[at]gmail[dot]com

Baba said...

I picked the Humanitas 2006 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon
A WINE BURSTING WITH BERRY FRUIT, COCOA, COFFEE...AND A HOST OF OTHER DELICIOUSLY EVOCATIVE FLAVORS...
I really describes my tastes.

Sarah Speaks- Savvy SAHM Reviews & Giveaways said...

I think that the Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay
THE MOST FRIENDLY WINE ON THE PLANET! - JUST RELEASED!!!!
is a great description of me

Baba said...

I posted this.
http://babasfarmlife.blogspot.com/2008/12/cool-giveaways_28.html

Baba said...

I Twittered this
Babasfarmlife

stephie said...

I would choose a bottle of Humanitas 2005 'Caldwell Vineyards' Napa Cabernet Sauvignon. And my charity is Casa; helping abused and neglected foster kids.

stephie said...

I'm stephie, i just left a comment but i forgot to leave my email..it is msmith572@yahoo.com please don't disqualify me.

nancy said...

Well I think I'm pretty friendly so I'll go with Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay
THE MOST FRIENDLY WINE ON THE PLANET!

Vanessa Sue said...

Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay ~ because I am friendly to everyone! Well, almost anyway! I pledge to buy a wine from them - their cause is amazing!

Vanessa
vanessasuethompson@gmail.com

ttrue88 said...

Humanitas 2005 'Caldwell Vineyards' Napa Cabernet Sauvignon.

French ancestry so this seems more like me.

Anonymous said...

wine would be lovely

Elsie said...

The Humanitas 2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc sounds delightful, bright and playful but smart....hopefully I can qualify
for this description, too!!

Let me play my YoYo Ma CD and sip my wine, and I'll be chilling, and I'll be fine!

p.s. I'll be back to buy... for charity!

pumkinlady430@yahoo.com

jamielz said...

Humanitas 2006 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon
A WINE BURSTING WITH BERRY FRUIT, COCOA, COFFEE...AND A HOST OF OTHER DELICIOUSLY EVOCATIVE FLAVORS...

Thats me!

jamielz@verizon.net

cpullum said...

I would say Humanitas 2006 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon!!!
Carla
cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

Amber said...

Humanitas 2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc sounds awesome!!! i love wine.

Thanks!
shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

GrannyDeb said...

Oh I think "juicy and fruity" might describe me! It describes the 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay I would love to try!!
spacemonkey907@yahoo.com

Cher said...

I am new to wine, I am more of a fruity rum drinker but my husband is pushing me towards wine. I think I would like the Humanitas 2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc because of the grapefruit and brown sugar taste. I hope to purchase some wines from Hunamitas once I decide what types I like.
Cher
ckachelmuss@gmail.com

andeeram said...

2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc
BRACING! but not sweet -- just juicy & fruity... describes me perfectly!

bavaria said...

my pick - Humanitas 2006 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon -
what not to love - sweet,tangy full bodied - just like me :)


thanx bunches!

cathykent said...

I would like the Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely giveaway!

Bingo said...

Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir -- extremely limited

Dawn said...

I would like to try Humanitas Gap's Crown 2006 Sonoma Pinot Noir. It is described as deep, complex and delicious which would describe me. I pledge to buy at least 1 wine from this company.

Anonymous said...

CABERNET SAUVIGNON

VickeC said...

Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay


vlbelk(at)hotmail.com

Wanda said...

I have to say.....I know nothing about wine either.
But I would love to try something yummy!
I know I like Sangria!

So...whatever is the fruit-iest!

DAVID said...

Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

Jennifer said...

The Humanitas 2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc would be for me!

jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

JeansandTs said...

Three Cheers for Charity - Holiday 2008 trio would be like me.

Anonymous said...

After scanning all of the scrumptious descriptions I found my match in the '06 Sauvignon Blanc, "...beautiful, naked fruit to enjoy". And one of my first unselfish efforts for the new year will be sharing these wines with family and friends. I also will be spending more time teaching English as a second language, gratis!

Thanks for introducing me to Humanitas Wines, Angela

eurotrashgrl at gmail dot com

Stacy said...

The Humanitas 2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc sounds pretty good.

hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

daw212 said...

I'm spoiled by the delightful and fortunately undiscovered Texas wines but would certainly love to venture out and try your Chard. I hope it's good and I hope I win it.

daw212(at)msn(dot)com

stormvikki said...

I love our Kentucky wines, and would like to try the Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely giveaway!

piece of me said...

The Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay describes me best because it has a fruity feel to it.
Jessica
livlifelov at yahoo dot com

ignoramoose said...

"Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
DEEP, DELICIOUS, COMPLEX -- IT EXPRESSES THE TERROIR...AND SATISFIES THE SOUL!" Oh yeah....deep, delicious, and complex? Totally describes me. ;)

I pledge to buy wine from Humanitas this year....I've never heard of them, but love what they are doing as a company!

ignoramoose (at) gmail (dot) com

Lianna Knight said...

The Pinot Noir describes me best...Deep, Delicious and COMPLEX :)

I posted your site on my giveaways list.

Yeah...I LOVE wine!!!
liannap@aol.com

betty R.~Simply Southern said...

everyone says i am a very good friend so ...to the friendly wine..
Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay
..i make a pledge to purchase thisyear.This is great what they are doing!thanks for the intro on it.
betty r
oldplace.betty(at)gmail.com

betty R.~Simply Southern said...

http://oldwaybecomesnewagain.blogspot.com/2008/12/new-years-eve-contest-giveaways.html

blogged you here
oldplace.betty(at)gmail.com

Tamara said...

The Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
DEEP, DELICIOUS, COMPLEX -- IT EXPRESSES THE TERROIR...AND SATISFIES THE SOUL! Describes me to the T. I love that the company gives back and I pladge to do the same this year.
tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

Christin Banda said...

Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay is me:) what an awesome idea for charity I will definitley be back in 2009!
my husband is a huge wine fan and these would make great gifts throughout the year! thanks for the tip...christin
christinbanda@yahoo.com

suburban prep said...

The one that i thought came across as my personality was the Gap Crown 2006. It is complex and I think that I am too. It is deep and I know I am.
msgb245 at gmail dot com

Ashley K said...

Ashley K
KikiZoe86(at)yahoo(dot)com

This was tough! I guess the Humanitas 2006 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon describes me the best. It is a complex mix of flavors, and I am a complex person! But it is also delightful - which I hope I am - and giving - which I hope to be more of in the coming year! In fact, one of my resolutions is to be more charitable in 2009, and buying this brand of wine is an easy way to start!

Ashley K said...

I twittered about the contest here:
http://twitter.com/KikiZoe86

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir deep delicious..limeted edition yep thats me-

mrs.mommyyatgmaildotcom

Brooke said...

I'm pretty friendly, so I'd have to say
Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay. Although, sometimes I feel like the Pinot Noir.

l o t s w i f e (at) g m a i l (dot) c o m

lorides said...

the Cabernet Sauvigon sounds complex and elegant, just like me on a good day

djolsen said...

I would choose the "2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc. i like mild and fruity.California wines are some of the best in the world. I will go back and research their site more carefully and pledge to buy a wine.

djolsen said...

I like a heavy wine, I would like to try the "Gap's Crown 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinor Noir. I will take the pledge

Web said...

Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir sounds like me, deep and complex

I would love to get a wine from there as it is caritable

weblynx at hotmail.com

carogonza said...

I chose the Humanitas 2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc. BRACING! Ruby-red grapefruit sprinkled with a dash of something like brown sugar -- but not sweet -- just juicy & fruity...

pattidriving said...

I choose 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay
THE MOST FRIENDLY WINE ON THE PLANET!
I would be after drinking ! what a nice idea donating profits to charity.
patti s pattidriving AT yahoo.

z. Smith said...

I chose the Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir because I am deep, delicious and complex!

z. Smith said...

I tweeted:

http://twitter.com/zwriter/status/1090711513

Danielle said...

I would say the
Humanitas 2006 Monterey Sauvignon Blanc

toohotforturtle said...

"Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
DEEP, DELICIOUS, COMPLEX" If that wine doesn't describe who I am, it at least describes who I would like to be. I pledge to support this great cause and snag a bottle of wine, or two.

kaylee8 said...

The Monterey Sauvignon Blanc sounds like a good one!

Sylvia P said...

the Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay sounds so delicious!

bboyle said...

The Humanitas 2006 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon sounds nice to me. I think it would warm me up during this cold winter.

tigger210 said...

I am most like the Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay. It is the MOST FRIENDLY WINE ON THE PLANET. I like to friendly and nice to people. I pledge to buy this wine.

I like the fact that they are supporting America's Second Harvest. Thanks for the chance to win!
skstigger (at) hotmail.com

Purplemommi said...

Humanitas 'Gap's Crown' 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
DEEP, DELICIOUS, COMPLEX -- IT EXPRESSES THE TERROIR...AND SATISFIES THE SOUL! Extremely limited.
That's me :-)

Peggy said...

This sounds like a wonderful way to bring in the New Year with a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon
Thanks for the awesome contest and I do pledge to buy a wine from Humanitas,they do so much good for so many people.

klp1965 said...

i love the
Humanitas 2006 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon

ShallowGal said...

Under the wire ! I'm playful like the Sauvignon Blanc. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

Amy

Swtlilchick said...

This wine describes me:Humanitas 2007 'Oak Free' Monterey County Chardonnay.The most friendliest
wine on the planet.Thanks for the giveaway

CharlieGurl57@aol.com