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Cuvée Collective Launches Hoopes Family Vineyard NFT on October 13th

Cuvée Collective Launches Hoopes Family Vineyard NFT on October 13th

Hoopes Family Vineyard NFT
This article is brought to you in partnership with Cuvée Collective.

What began as a 10-acre vineyard, planted over 40 years ago, is now a second-generation, family and female-owned and operated winery. Lindsay Hoopes now lives on the vineyard her father planted in 1981 with her husband and young children. Together, they invite guests to participate in the Hoopes Family Vineyard NFT experience launching on October 13.

The Hoopes Family Vineyard NFT is the fourth in a series of NFTs from Cuvée Collective. Benefits include a flight of Hoopes Minis & virtual tasting shipped to NFT holders, plus access to purchase Member-Only wines. In-person benefits include one year of unlimited visits and a $0 purchase minimum to the Estate property in Yountville. During each visit, NFT holders can collect a basket of seasonal fruits and vegetables from the on-site farmers market.

The NFT wine club is the result of Cuvée Collective working with Dapper Labs on the technology behind the platform using the Flow blockchain. Flow is renowned as the leading blockchain platform for NBA Top Shot, NFL All Day and Crypto Kitties.

As part of the release, SOMM TV is partnering with Cuvée Collective to give wine enthusiasts a behind-the-scenes look at the Wine NFT experience.

About Hoopes Family Vineyard

With family at its heart and soul, Hoopes Family Vineyard is an ultra-premium boutique winery in Napa Valley’s Oakville AVA. The Hoopes estate is a hotbed of local biodiversity and regenerative agriculture. It’s a safe haven for animals with their Oasis by Hoopes animal sanctuary and a hidden destination for Napa travelers and locals alike. 

Hoopes is arguably the most family-friendly destination in Napa Valley. Visitors can enjoy a game of cornhole over a flight of wines & charcuterie board. Alternatively, they can visit the farm animals in the on-site animal sanctuary. Guests can also wander through the seasonal vegetable gardens, picking produce to bring home.

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