Blending Art and Heart
11th annual Mano Tinta wine label design competition in 2019
is open for entries
The first time we saw the range of Mano Tinta artwork during an event at Talley Vineyards a few years ago, we were touched.
Not only by the heart-filled work by so many artists, but by the reason behind it. Mano Tinta, which means “red hand,” is a red wine made specially to benefit vineyard and farm workers in San Luis Obispo County.
Made from donated grapes, materials, and services, the profits of each year’s Mano Tinta wine benefit the Fund for Vineyard and Farm Workers, an endowment created by Brian and Johnine Talley.
2019 marks the 11th year of the Mano Tinta wine label design competition, which encourages artists of any age and experience level to enter their original artwork that’s innovative, meaningful, and depicts the artist’s idea of Mano Tinta.
Entries are due April 5, delivered to Talley Vineyard in the Edna Valley AVA outside of Arroyo Grande. Public viewing and voting start April 6.
The winning artist will be announced in early May, and their work will be used on the 2017 Mano Tinta label.