Dr. Senders is currently in Bohol, Philippines on a surgical outreach trip.
The Faces of Tomorrow Team was able to schedule 50 patients for the week, which makes for 80 procedures.
Former patient Roselynne Mahinay, who had her cleft lip repaired two years ago, surprised the team by stopping by to check in. She is doing great and shared her ambitions to become a lawyer.
John Mikhael, who had his cleft lip repaired last year, is back this year to get his palate repaired.
We are wishing the team a happy Valentines Day, as they are celebrating a little before us.
Be sure to check out our Facebook and Instagram pages for more patient stories and updates!
Photo Credits: Faces of Tomorrow
Our 2016 Sauvignon Blanc and 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon won big at the 2018 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Both of our entries into the “world’s largest wine competition” won silver. We were so excited to find out these well-balanced wines got this recognition.
San Francisco Medal 2018: Silver
San Francisco Chronicle 2018 Medal: Silver
In light of the film Wonder playing in theaters, Doctor Senders spoke with Capital Public Radio about his work with the UC Davis Craniofacial Team. He discusses his experience with patients who have similar conditions to that of the film’s protagonist, Auggie Pullman.
We’ve all been there. That new wine is released and you want it ASAP. But we won’t ship it to you, as it could get ruined.
While we can ship overnight in California, avoiding several days of exposure to extreme heat, we cannot guarantee delivery of unspoiled wine to other areas that take a bit longer to ship– and we won’t risk it even in California on occasion.
As a thank you to our summer patrons, we’re offering included shipping on orders of four or more bottles since we can’t get the wine to you until the weather cools down a bit.
Wine ages when oxygen reacts with various compounds. When subjected to extreme weather or rapid changes in temperature, air is forced in and out of the bottle, accelerating that reaction. Additionally, extreme temperatures can accelerate the wine process in other ways detrimental to flavor– so don’t stick that Cab in the Microwave, hoping to age it 10 years.
Many places will recommend you store wine at “cellar temperature”, 59°F. It’s not some scientifically derived temperature, it’s just the temperature underground. But if you can’t store your wine like it’s deep underground, there’s no need to worry. The main goal is to protect your wine from temperature changes– to prevent that constant influx of new oxygen.
With the holidays around the corner, what better gift to give than the one that gives back? Our worthy Cabernet’s and Pinots are stately, complex, and thoughtful gifts for any wine lover. And in addition to giving a sophisticated and delicious present, gifting a bottle of Senders comes with knowing you helped give a child a new smile, tying in perfectly with the season’s atmosphere of giving.
Join our wine club and come to our West by Southwest Texas BBQ this Sunday! We will be celebrating the release of our 2013 Oakville Cabernet with tastings of it and some of our library wines.
Enjoy Texas BBQ and delicious wine!