PRWeb: New Finger Lakes Wine Brand

NOV 11 2020 Label for Bravery Wines

On November 11, Bravery Wines, a new Finger Lakes brand, will debut four handcrafted wines. Founded by a U.S. Air Force veteran and his wife, Bravery Wines is donating a portion of proceeds of each bottle sold to the Yellow Ribbon Fund, a veteran service organization that supports injured service members and their caregivers.

Corey and Jennifer Christman are founders of Bravery Wines and have dedicated their lives to being advocates for the military, Veteran and First Responder communities. Christman is a retired USAF Special Agent and veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Christman’s wife, Jennifer, is a proud veteran spouse and has dedicated her personal and business endeavors to serving veterans, their family members and caregivers. She is considered a go-to national expert on mental health solutions and veteran resources and serves on several national boards, including the Yellow Ribbon Fund. She is also a national speaker who advocates for equitable access to behavioral health care.

Shortly after Christman retired from the U.S. Air Force, he started his professional winemaking journey. After completing enology and commercial winemaking operations courses at Washington State University in 2014, he met owners of Anthony Road Wine Company, John and Ann Martini, and head winemaker, Peter Becraft. Over the past seven vintages, Christman worked side by side with Becraft to hone his winemaking skills. In partnership with Anthony Road Wine Company, Bravery Wines will also be sold on premise at the tasting room located in Penn Yan, New York.

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