Commemorate The Troops With A Bottle Of “Honor the Fallen Cabernet”

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Personal Wine is pleased to announce the launch of its signature wine, a tribute to all the service men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice while serving their country. The “Honor the Fallen Cabernet” is a bold Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon that depicts one of the most iconic moments in America’s history, Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project.

Honor the Fallen Cabernet

Honor the Fallen Cabernet

The “Honor the Fallen Cabernet” is a wine that honors those who have died while serving their country, while capturing the spirit of their sacrifice and bravery.

Personal Wine is delighted to announce the launch of its limited edition signature wine, a tribute to all the service men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice while serving their country. The “Honor the Fallen Cabernet” label depicts the historic Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, a symbol of the dedication, commitment and sacrifice of the American solider. The “Honor the Fallen Cabernet” will be available for sale at personalwine.com/freedom with 30% of the proceeds benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project.

The “Honor the Fallen Cabernet” is a wine that honors those who have died while serving their country, while capturing the spirit of their sacrifice and bravery. The design of the label is centered around the Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, a heroic image of six soldiers raising the American flag during a WWII battle. This photograph serves as an inspiring symbol of bravery, but also as a solemn reminder of the truth that freedom isn’t free, as three of the six men ultimately sacrificed their own lives in the line of duty. 

The “Honor the Fallen Cabernet” is produced in the Spring Mountain District of Napa Valley and is composed of 75% 2007 vintage cabernet sauvignon blended with cabernet franc and a touch of syrah to round out the edges. On the nose you'll get a complex bouquet of raspberry, cherry, currant and fig. On the pallet you'll find extraordinary concentration and acidity which grips the smooth tannins like an iron fist in a velvet glove with cascading layers of cherry, strawberry, and raspberry flavors. While extraordinarily approachable now, this wine has an aging capacity of up to 10 years with proper storage conditions.

The Wounded Warrior Project will receive 30% of the proceeds from the sale of this signature wine. By supporting the Wounded Warrior Project and their mission to “to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation's history,” Personal Wine believes this wine will truly “Honor the Fallen.”

About Personal Wine

Founded in 1999, Personal Wine has become one of the nation’s leading private label wine producers, creating innovative wine brands for both corporate and personal use. (PersonalWine.com)

Personal Wine sources their wine from vineyards in Napa Valley, Spain, Chile and Argentina and employs blind sommelier tastings to deliver a range of exceptional wines for custom labeling.

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