Sage Cellars featured Anthony Road Winery, Bridge Lane Wine, Sparkling Pointe and organic Frey Vineyards wines at the 10th Annual Rotary Club of Scituate Wine and Beer Tasting on April 27 at A Touch of Vermont in Cranston, hosted by Alpine Wine & Spirits. Guests enjoyed food and drinks from venues and distributors around the state raising funds for the Rotary Club of Scituate, Rhode Island and for local community projects. Sage Cellars also provided wines and participated in the Johnson & Wales University (JWU) Alumni Tasting Event at Harbor View Campus on April 28. Sage Cellars founders and partners Anne Sage, who earned a graduate degree in hospitality, and Jesse Sgro, who earned an associate degree in culinary arts, are both alumni. Sage and Sgro’s philanthropic efforts go beyond donating wine. They were founding members of the Epicurean Society, chaired by Howard Sutton, whose proceeds are 100-percent donated to the 93-percent of JWU students receiving some form of financial aid. Sage Cellars also welcomed two new canned format brands: Dear Mom, wines from Portland, Oregon, and Bridge Lane Wines from North Fork, Long Island, New York.