Bricoleur Vineyards & Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area

Quarantine Kitchen with Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area 

In response to current shelter-in-place orders, Bricoleur Vineyards is proud to partner with Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area for Quarantine Kitchen! On May 15th, you can join this interactive wine tasting and cooking class from the comfort of your own home. Simply register in advance by purchasing one of the wine bundles below or donating directly to Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area and Bricoleur will send you everything you need for the perfect night in. Once you’ve received your ingredients and wine, simply tune in on May 15th for an exclusive wine tasting with winemaker Cary Gott, followed by a cooking class with our Executive Chef Shane McAnelly. You’ll get a delicious home-cooked meal, and a portion of your purchase will be donated to Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area! 

Pickup & Delivery Information:

Delivery orders for outside of Northern California must be placed online by May 4, 2020

Delivery orders for Northern California must be placed online by May 7, 2020

Orders to be picked up at the Winery must be placed online by May 14, 2020

Make-A-Wish Wine Bundle

“Date Night In”

($20 goes to Make-A-Wish)



Make-A-Wish Wine Bundle

“Quarantine Party for Four”

($50 goes to Make-A-Wish)



Make-A-Wish Donation

(100% goes to Make-A-Wish)

$25 – $250


About Make-A-Wish® Greater Bay Area

Make-A-Wish® Greater Bay Area is a non-profit organization that creates life-changing wishes for children facing critical illnesses. Founded in 1984, we serve 17 counties in Northern California, from Siskiyou to Monterey. One of the largest Make-A-Wish chapters nationwide, we’ve granted more than 8,500 wishes for local children in our chapter’s 35-year history.

Each wish we grant is as unique as the child themselves. We transform kids into cookbook authors and veterinarians. We introduce them to exciting locations like Alaska, Antarctica, or their favorite theme park. And we give them computers, quinceañeras, and ice cream parties.

Wishes have proven physical and emotional benefits that can give children with critical illnesses a higher chance of survival. And wishes don’t only help these children—they also have far-reaching, positive impacts on their families and communities.