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“Enjoy a Bottle, Help Give Meals,” says Böen Winemaker Joe Wagner.

Boen-Wines-and-No-Kid-Hungry-Announce-National-Partnership-to(May 25, 2021) – Napa Valley, California – Joe Wagner, the fifth-generation winemaker and owner of Böen Wines, is partnering with No Kid Hungry, a nationwide movement dedicated to ending childhood hunger in the United States. From May 28, 2021 to May 31, 2022, Böen and No Kid Hungry will collaborate to give meals to children in need via the “Enjoy a Bottle, Help Give Meals” campaign.

The partnership with Böen and No Kid Hungry starts out shortly before Memorial Day weekend, when children in need are particularly vulnerable because school food programs are no longer accessible over the summer. To assist No Kid Hungry’s initiatives, the program will run throughout 2021 and the first part of 2022.

“Böen is a translation of ‘The Farm,’ a reminder to myself that I am a farmer first and foremost, therefore I appreciate the need of food security,” Joe Wagner said. “I am honored to help No Kid Hungry in their goal to eliminate childhood hunger in America by providing healthy meals to children in need.”

No stranger to hard work, Wagner learned the ropes at a young age from his father. In the vineyard, Wagner garnered a love for cultivating the land, tending to the grapevines, the strengths of a good work ethic and leading by example. He established Belle Glos with the inaugural vintage of 2001 focusing on vineyard-designated Pinot Noirs. Since starting his blossoming company, Copper Cane Wines & Provisions, in 2014, Wagner has launched numerous new wines, each with a distinct slant towards his personal style. In 2019, Wagner returned his attention to an accessible version of his signature robust style of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay with Böen.

“Millions of children in the United States live in food insecure homes, and even as school staff work hard to provide healthy food while schools are closed, too many children are missing out on the meals they require,” Diana Hovey, SVP of Corporate Partnership at Share Our Strength, the organization behind the No Kid Hungry campaign, said. “That’s why we’re so grateful to Böen Wines for working with us to assist youngsters all across the country.”

All Böen varietals available in shops or online will be eligible for the “Enjoy a Bottle, Help Give Meals” campaign, including Böen Pinot Noir, Böen Chardonnay, Böen Russian River Valley Pinot Noir, Böen Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir, and Böen Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir. Visit www.Boenwines.com/No-Kid-Hungry for more information about the Böen and No Kid Hungry partnership, as well as where to purchase a bottle of Böen.

Böen’s background

Böen is a German word that means “farm,” and it serves as a reminder to fifth-generation winemaker and farmer Joe Wagner that the wine he produces is inextricably linked to the soil from which it originates. Joe has spent his whole life in the vineyard, having been born and reared in California’s wine region. He’s no stranger to the earth, and he surveys his vineyards and cultivates his land with his hands. This connection with the land and craft results in a wine that is very personal and distinctive. Böen is the finest embodiment of Joe’s trademark style, with rich fruit notes, crisp acidity, and undertones of toasted oak. Böen is a sincere depiction of cold coastal mornings and bright California days, showcasing the terrain and the craft of winemaking. Böen’s wine portfolio comprises Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from California’s Sonoma, Monterey, and Santa Barbara counties. Visit www.Boenwines.com for additional information, and follow them on Instagram @boenwines.

Concerning No Hungry Kid

In America, no kid should go hungry. However, in the aftermath of the coronavirus epidemic, 1 in 6 children may go hungry. No Kid Hungry is striving to eliminate childhood hunger by assisting with the development and implementation of programs that provide all children with the nutritious foods they need to thrive. This is an issue that we can address. Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry initiative is dedicated to eliminating hunger and poverty among children.



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