Cheers to Women’s Health

Marshall Foundation for Community Health and Teneral Cellars Uncork Partnership for a Cause
Get ready to raise your glasses as the Marshall Foundation for Community Health joins forces with Teneral Cellars to toast to Women’s Health Month throughout May. Founded by the visionary Jill Osur, Teneral Cellars is not just a winery; it’s a movement dedicated to crafting exquisite wines and championing women’s causes.

In a spirited collaboration, Teneral Cellars pledges to donate 10% of sales from its coveted Women’s Health Wine Collection to the Marshall Foundation for Community Health. This exclusive collection features three tantalizing wines: the “1 in 3” Petite Sirah, the “1 in 8” Claret, and the “1 in 10” White Blend, each a flavorful reminder of the health challenges facing women—heart health, breast cancer, and endometriosis.

“In El Dorado County alone, 31,680 women are impacted by heart disease, 12,000 by breast cancer, and 9,600 by endometriosis,” remarked Siri Nelson, CEO of Marshall. “Together with Teneral Cellars, we are not only raising awareness of these alarming statistics, but also raising crucial funds to support women’s health initiatives in our community. ”

Marshall places a strong emphasis on women’s health on the Western slope of El Dorado County, offering tailored healthcare services. In the past year, Marshall provided vital screenings and support through its No Cost Mammogram Program, serving fifty-three individuals. In total, Marshall provided 6,408 screening mammograms and 1,111 diagnostic mammograms. In 2023, Marshall’s overall screening rate was between 80-81% (81% is the top decile), helping providers diagnose 69% of our patients as early as stages 0-2. Additionally, the hospital operates an on-site wig bank and organizes Women’s Health Events, such as the recent event in Georgetown which performed twenty-two mammograms and sixteen cervical cancer screenings.

Renowned for its top-notch cardiac care and rehabilitation services, Marshall offers specialized programs designed specifically for women’s needs. Women currently comprise 26% of the patients in Marshall’s Cardiac rehabilitation program and 39% of participants in the heart failure clinic. With a state-of-the-art cardiac rehab facility unparalleled in Northern California, Marshall is at the forefront of cardiovascular healthcare. Through its partnership with Teneral Cellars, these efforts are further enhanced.

“Our wines tell stories and open up necessary conversations, and this collaboration with the Marshall Foundation for Community Health is a powerful one,” shared Jill Osur, Founder and CEO of Teneral Cellars and board member of the Marshall Foundation for Community Health. “By enjoying our wines, you’re not just savoring a moment; you’re supporting a cause that impacts the lives of women and families in our community.”

To add sparkle to the partnership, Teneral Cellars invites wine enthusiasts to purchase the Women’s Health Wine Collection by visiting or by visiting their picturesque location at Wilderotter Vineyards, located at 19890 Shenandoah School Rd in Plymouth.

Every sip is a step toward supporting women’s health initiatives and spreading joy.

“As the Executive Director of the Marshall Foundation for Community Health, I am thrilled to see this partnership blossom,” expressed Mindy Danovaro. “Together, we can create a ripple effect of positive change in our community.”

The Marshall Foundation for Community Health and Teneral Cellars extend an enthusiastic invitation to the community to join them in raising a glass and raising awareness about women’s health issues throughout May. Let’s toast to health, happiness, and the power of partnership.