Monday, October 22, 2007

Cleavage Creek Wine Really Fights Breast Cancer

Having lost his wife of 48 years in 2005, Budge Brown decided it was time to turn his anger into action. The co-owner of the award winning Budge Brown Family Winery has purchased the wine label Cleavage Creek and is focused on helping to find a cure with the release of his 8 varietals, all to be introduced this month.

The label of each wine will feature a photograph of an actual breast cancer survivor whose story will be told on the Cleavage Creek website. Brown is donating ten percent of the gross dollar amount of this operation to cutting edge research to fight breast cancer.

Budge Brown has grown crops of grapes, apricots, and almonds for well over 40 years. But his next cultivation, spearheading a search for a cure for breast cancer, may very well be his greatest harvest.

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