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Treana Winery’s golf tournament raises over $13,000 for Must! Charities 

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Becky Gray, executive director of Must!, next to Austin Hope, winemaker of Hope Family Wines. Courtesy photo.

– Treana Winery recently announced it raised more than $13,000 for Must! Charities in its inaugural golf tournament that was held on May 14 during Paso Robles Wine Festival weekend.

Austin Hope, president of Hope Family Wines, the parent company of Treana, said, “We were thrilled with the turnout for the first annual Golf Tournament and it was great to partner with Must! Charities.” In years past, the local wine industry participated in a golf tournament to kick off the Paso Robles Wine Festival weekend; however, in recent years the tournament had been canceled.

“The tournament was always our chance to get out and have some fun with our industry partners before the busy Wine Festival weekend, it was time we brought the tradition back,” said Hope. With 110 participants, Hope plans to make the tournament even larger next year.

Executive Director for Must! Charities Becky Gray said, “It is with partner winery investors like Hope Family Wines, which allows us to do what we do best. In just a few short years we have been able to invest over $700 thousand into our community. We are so grateful for these partners and their willingness to partner with us.”

Next year’s Golf Tournament will be Thursday, May 19, 2016.

About Hope Family Wines

Hope Family Wines is a family-owned and operated winery in Paso Robles, encompassing five brands: Liberty School, Treana, Candor, Austin Hope and Troublemaker wines. Austin Hope, President of Hope Family Wines and his family arrived in Paso Robles in 1978 and began planting wine grapes. To learn more, visit

About Must! Charities

Must! Charities is dedicated to improving quality of life in San Luis Obispo’s North County by offering hope, compassion, and resources to those in need. Instead of giving charitable “handouts,” Must! Charities walks alongside other local organizations to create long-term, sustainable transformation within the region. For more information, go to



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