Casa Vinicola Zonin USA Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month by Donating $1 dollar per Bottle Sold of Zonin Sparkling Rose
Casa Vinicola Zonin USA announces a fundraising campaign to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month, beginning this September through the month of October.
For every bottle of Zonin Sparkling Rosé that is sold in the United States, $1 will go towards Breast Cancer research. Casa Vinicola Zonin USA plans to raise more than $150,000 and donate the proceeds to the American Cancer Society (ACS). Every sale helps fund program services, research, public health education, treatment, screening and other services that will help to prevent breast cancer and to eventually find a cure. In addition to $1.00 per bottle donation many of Casa Vinicola Zonin USA’s distributor partners in all 50 states will donate $5 from every case of Zonin Sparkling Rosé sold.
Casa Vinicola Zonin USA will provide in-store displays, menu inserts, table tents, coasters and case packing in pink to raise awareness of the campaign. “We are committed to offering hope and inspiration to those who have been affected by breast cancer. With this campaign we want to make a difference by supporting research for cure. This is a very personal issue for many of us. I lost my stepmother to Breast Cancer after a 4 year battle. ” said Steve Howard, National Sales Director of Casa Vinicola Zonin USA.
Casa Vinicola Zonin USA is wholly owned by Casa Vinicola Zonin S.p.A. in Italy; a company of seven generations of wine makers with nine vineyards located in the seven most prestigious wine growing areas in Italy. The flagship winery, Castello D’Albola located in Tuscany’s Chianti Classico District, Rocca di Montemassi located in Maremma, Tuscany, Principi di Butera located in Sicily, Ca’Bolani located in Friuli, Castello del Poggio located in Piemonte/Asti, Tenuta IL Bosco located in Lombardia, Podere IL Giangio located in Veneto, Abbazia Monte Oliveto located in Toscana and Masseria Altemura located in Puglia. Each winery is dedicated to its own traditional wines and styles. http://www.zoninusa.com