Villa Verona Winery Making And Donating Hand Sanitizer
Villa Verona has converted from winemaking to making a hand sanitizer using unique ingredients that will make your hands soft. Say goodbye to red-raw itchy hands while killing germs.
Villa Verona Vineyard Winery & Bistro is giving back to the community by donating most of their hand sanitizer to first responders and local nonprofits. They are selling a small portion to help cover the cost of materials and chemicals for 75 cents per ounce with a minimum purchase of 8 ounces.
Essential employees can claim their complimentary 4oz bottle of sanitizer at the winery during special hours with a valid ID. Select nonprofits can receive larger amounts based on the size of their organization, just message the winery directly for more information.
How did they do this? Well, the owner of Villa Verona Vineyard Winery and Bistro, Mary Jo Beach, says her husband, Lloyd Ploof, is not only the winemaker but also a chemist and is following the guidelines of the World Health Organization with his sanitizer recipe. He owns a plating shop, Square one Coating Systems, and is very fluent in chemistry and the current situation.
He wanted to make sure we created a hand sanitizer that is the best available. The ingredients are 75% isopropyl alcohol, 1.45% glycerol and 0.125 % hydrogen peroxide and balanced water says Beach.
The bonus with this sanitizer is it will make your hands soft after use. That's a game-changer! And so is FREE delivery when you order their wine! Shop local.