Sigillo Cellars owner and head winemaker, Mike Seal, right, presented a check representing 10 percent of Sigillo’s sales of Sauvignon Blanc in May, to Arthritis Foundation Development Manager Toni Arrowsmith, left, and Arthritis Foundation Senior Executive Director Kelsey Woods. Courtesy Photo

Sigillo Cellars donates part of Sauvignon Blanc sales to Arthritis Foundation

In connection with Arthritis Awareness Month, Sigillo Cellars in Snoqualmie has donated 10 percent of all its sales of the winery’s first-release Sauvignon Blanc in May to the Arthritis Foundation. Sigillo Cellars owner Mike Seal recently presented a check for the donation to Senior Executive Director Kelsey Woods and Development Manager Toni Arrowsmith of the Washington Arthritis Foundation.

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