POTCAKE CELLARS STORY
With a lifelong love of animals, Roy and Sondra Armstrong are committed to helping Potcakes, the population of indigenous dogs that roam the islands of the Bahamas. As the two behind the Potcake Cellars story, they live full-time in the Dundee Hills on their Potcake Estate Vineyard. They also live part of their year on Andros Island of the Bahamas, where they have held clinics, adoptions, and fundraises for Caribbean animals. They spend their time cruising blue waters, going on fishing excursions, and sipping Pinot, all with their furry family members at their side.
With a love for the world of wine and the Willamette Valley, Roy and Sondra wanted to find a way to make a difference for these island dogs so they created beautiful wines to help tell the Potcake Story. They’re the biggest fans of their winemaker, Isabelle Daurate, who crafts Potcake Cellars wines with a Burgundian-style – unique, balanced and remarkable.
Their wines bring people and Potcakes together, while simultaneously facilitating adoptions and providing care for wild Potcakes with their wines’ proceeds.