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Bonanno and Matthew Fritz Wines Announce That 100% of Online Retail Profits Will Be Donated to Relief Funds for Restaurant Workers

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Purchase These Napa and North Coast Wines Now through the end of May to Support the Restaurant Fund of Your Choice; (50% off Shipping on a case of 12)

Bonanno Vintners Logo(Chicago, Illinois.—March 24, 2020) – Chicago-based vintner Matt Bonanno today announced that 100% of retail profits from online sales of BonAnno and Matthew Fritz Wines will be donated to the restaurant worker fund of the purchaser’s choice. Simply order via www.Bonannowine.com and write in the restaurant worker charity of choice in the “Add Gift Note” section at checkout.  BonAnno and Matthew Fritz will confirm the correct restaurant fund with the purchaser and will also take 50% off shipping on a 12-bottle purchase.

“We’re all feeling the impact during this time of uncertainty and our hearts go out to all those impacted by COVID-19.  While we believe social distancing is critical to mitigate its spread, the very nature of social distancing leaves the hospitality industry with no clear footing right now. Restaurants across the nation have been absolutely devastated by the lockdowns happening over the past couple weeks. While many are trying to pivot to carry out and delivery just to survive, the reality is millions of hospitality employees across the nation are being let go or furloughed indefinitely,” said Matt Bonanno.

All proceeds of online sales will be donated starting March 24 and will run through the end of May.

ABOUT BONANNO AND MATTHEW FRITZ WINES

Chicago-based vintner Matt Bonanno founded BonAnno Wines in 2004 and Matthew Fritz Wines in 2009. BonAnno Wines focuses on Napa Valley Chardonnay ($18) and Cabernet Sauvignon ($27). Matthew Fritz Wines are affordable, quality-driven North Coast of California-appellated Sauvignon Blanc ($12), Chardonnay ($13), Pinot Noir ($15) and Cabernet Sauvignon ($15).

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