FREE And The LENZ Winery Unveil Wine Label Featuring Artwork of Special Needs Artist at Jewel

August 11, 2016 | Press

Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE) and The LENZ Winery hosted a Wine Tasting Dinner where they unveiled their latest collaboration, a wine label featuring a piece designed by Peter Bolze, a 73 year old special needs artist supported by FREE, entitled FLORIDA, which is being featured on a 2014 White Blend. The Wine Tasting Dinner and unveiling were held at Jewel Restaurant on 400 Broadhollow Road, Melville, NY.

“We are excited to continue our very special partnership with LENZ and appreciate their continued support of FREE and its artists,” said Robert S. Budd, Chief Executive Officer, FREE. LENZ and their team are shining examples of good neighbors who build community together.”

The LENZ Winery, one of Long Island’s oldest and most prestigious North Fork vineyards, has long been a supporter of FREE. They have hosted a number of showcases for artwork created by members of FREE’s art program.


About The LENZ Winery

Founded in 1978, The LENZ Winery has some of the most mature vines in the region and given the extensive replanting of California vineyards to avoid further damage from the phylloxera louse, in the country as well. All LENZ wines are estate bottled, meaning they are made from grapes grown entirely in the LENZ vineyards. We strive to create wines that will be among the very best of its type, made anywhere in the world. The LENZ Tasting Room is open daily from 10am – 6pm. For more information, please call 631-734- 6010.


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