Infineon Raceway celebrates its 40th anniversary during the 2008 motor-racing season, and you can taste a little bit of the history.

The raceway will be selling a limited-edition wine set that commemorates the past 40 years of racing in the Sonoma Valley, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Speedway Children's Charities, the charitable arm of Infineon Raceway.

The wine chosen for this set is extremely special, featuring a Sonoma Valley Bordeaux blend from Generations of Sonoma's Highway 12 Estate Vineyards and Winery, in partnership with Serres Ranch owner, John Serres.

The two-bottle set also features beautifully-designed commemorative labels, one boasting sports cars cresting legendary Turn 2 during a 1970s event, while the other label highlights a dragster rumbling down the quarter-mile strip, also taken in the 1970s. Both bottles feature the distinctive Infineon Raceway 40th anniversary logo.

A limited number of cases will be produced for this commemorative two-bottle set - it is the perfect wine for this major milestone in the long history of Infineon Raceway. Cost for the two-bottle set is $95, and the only way it can be purchased is by visiting: