CRC Receives Contribution from Starr Hill Winery, “Clearfield” Wine

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CLEARFIELD – The Clearfield Revitalization Corp. (CRC) partnered with Starr Hill Winery to offer a signature wine called “Clearfield, the wine of the All-America City.”

The “Clearfield” wine is a benefit wine, as $1 per bottle sold goes directly back to the CRC.  Winery Owner Kenn Starr presented a $600 check to the CRC’s Main Street Manager Kellie Truman-Swales. This contribution is from the Collection Series: 2, 2012’s addition.

Truman-Swales said that the CRC “brings attention to the best of what our area has to offer.” She said the Clearfield wine could be a welcomed conversation favor for the holidays or for any local business to give to clients and employees this year.

Starr said, “We anticipate the new release of “Clearfield” Feb. 2, 2013 at the Groundhog Wine Trail Wine Fest.  The wine is a big seller and look forward to the partnership we have with the CRC. ‘Clearfield’ signature wine can be bought at all Starr Hill Winery locations, Clearfield Mall, inside County Market Philipsburg, inside Shop ‘N Save Dubois and the Winery in Curwensville.”

Local graphic designer Ian Aughinbaugh designed the label for the 2011 and 2012 Clearfield Edition and will introduce the new 2013 label in February, debuting at the Groundhog Wine Trail Festival.

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