Nicki McTague, Vice President, The Infinite Monkey Theorem has worked in the wine industry for 16 years. That’s a whole lot of bottles! McTague’s career began in the state of Washington working for Garagiste Wine where she learned about the 3-tier distribution system as International Sales Director, allowing her to work
closely with the winemakers, distributors and customers. During her time with Garagiste, McTague lived in France and Italy for a year where she furthered her understanding of the winemaking process as well as immersing herself in the history and culture of winemaking.
In 2013, McTague joined The Infinite Monkey Theorem to strengthen her knowledge of winemaking at the domestic level and to get involved in the community Colorado, of which she is a native.
The Infinite Monkey Theorem Announces Can Collaboration Project, Call for Entries for Artists
The Special Release Cans Will Benefit the Nonprofit Can’d Aid
DENVER (February 27, 2020) – The Infinite Monkey Theorem, the urban winery focused on making wine that is mountain grown and city made in Denver and Austin, announces today a call for entries for the company’s Can Collaboration Project featuring special releases designed by local artists.
The Can Collaboration Project will benefit Can’d Aid, a nonprofit that believes in people powered do-goodery and the sentiment that everyone has the ability to give back and do good. Can’d Aid’s core programs develop healthy and whole humans capable and inspired to nurture a healthy and whole planet.
The first Can Collaboration call for entries will be focused around women and bikes, shining light on Can’d Aid’s Neighborhood Bike Build program. The winning artist’s creations will be featured on a Special Release can sold exclusively in Colorado and Texas with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Can’d Aid.
“The Infinite Monkey Theorem intersects at the corner of artistry and community,” said Vice President Nicki McTague. “We’re thrilled to be supporting our friends at Can’d Aid while also being able to show off some rad designs created by local artists.”