NH Liquor Commission supports veterans, first responders, through wine sales

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The New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) has partnered with Buena Vista Winery, Boisset Collection, and Josh Cellars to offer patriotic wines to honor those who have and continue to serve this country. Pictured (from left to right) are NHLC Division of Enforcement and Licensing Chief Mark Armaganian, NHLC Chairman Joseph Mollica, NHLC Director of Sales, Marketing, Merchandising and Distribution Nicole Brassard Jordan and NHLC Division of Enforcement and Licensing Investigator Ben Williams, who is also president of NHPEA Local 260 and former staff sergeant in the United States Air Force. (courtesy – NH Liquor Commission)

Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) has partnered with Buena Vista Winery, Boisset Collection, and Josh Cellars to offer patriotic wines to honor those who have and continue to serve this country. A portion of the proceeds from sales of Josh Cellars’ Lodi Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Boisset Collection’s 6.6.44, and Buena Vista Winery’s The Sheriff of Buena Vista, which are each carefully curated, premium selections, make an impact through donations to veterans, active military personnel, and first responders.

“The New Hampshire Liquor Commission is proud to support the first responders, veterans, and active military personnel who serve and protect us every single day,” said NHLC Chairman Joseph Mollica. “Through our strategic partnerships with Buena Vista Winery, Boisset Collection, and Josh Cellars, we look forward to furthering our support of those who serve.”

The Sheriff of Buena Vista, a red blend from Buena Vista Winery, is a tribute to the dedication of law enforcement nationwide. For every bottle sold at NH Liquor & Wine Outlets, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the National Sheriffs Association (NSA) Education Foundation. The NSA Education Foundation provides financial assistance to individuals studying law enforcement and crime prevention and assists with providing training and law enforcement information resources. Limited quantities are available for $29.99. Search item number 33452 at www.liquorandwineoutlets.com for availability.

To commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, Boisset Collection has crafted a Franco-American red blend called 6.6.44, which was a personal project for the Boissets, as it highlights the close relationship between France and the United States. One dollar will be donated to the New Hampshire American Legion for every bottle of 6.6.44 purchased. Limited quantities are available for $44.99 and can be located with item number 23435 at www.liquorandwineoutlets.com.

For every bottle sold of Josh Cellars Lodi Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, which features a camouflage-branded label, Josh Cellars donates one dollar to Operation Gratitude, an organization that provides support for military personnel deployed overseas. Bottles are on sale for $15.99 and can be located with item number 33845 at www.liquorandwineoutlets.com.

NHLC is committed to supporting military, veterans and first responders, as well as the New Hampshire nonprofit community. NHLC has worked with suppliers and brokers over the past six years to raise more than $1.88 million for nonprofit organizations making an impact in New Hampshire and beyond. Those nonprofits include, Crotched Mountain Foundation, Easterseals New Hampshire, Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire, Homes for Our Troops, Operation Care for Troops, New Hampshire Food Bank, Toys for Tots, Granite United Way, Community Foundation Sonoma County, Napa Valley Community Foundation, Concord Hospital, Best Buddies New Hampshire, Wildlife Heritage Foundation for New Hampshire, and the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association.