AH-SO GIVES BACK TO NURSES
Carrie is a fulltime ICU nurse in Denver, CO and she is also a founder and the inspiration for Ah-So canned wines. Carrie witnesses the physical, emotional, and financial burdens that COVID-19 is having on her community. Taking on a pandemic takes a toll that few can understand.
“The weight of fighting this battle, often with limited resources, is hard to describe and it is even more difficult to see the struggle first hand. I wanted to do more and find a way to help my community.”
Being on the frontlines inspired Carrie to reach out to ‘Nurses House’ a nurse-managed, non-profit organization dedicated to helping registered nurses in need throughout the US. In partnering with Nurses House, Carrie knows that the funds raised will make a difference in the lives of those who are continually fighting to save individuals and communities.
Nurses House is a nurse-managed, non-profit organization dedicated to helping registered nurses in need. NursesHouseis run by a volunteer board of directors and an executive director. Their mission is to provide short-term financial assistance to nurses in need as a result of illness, injury, or disability.
Ah-So was inspired and founded by Carrie with her husband Dustin and good friend Carlos Lopez de Lacalle. Ah-So is produced by Carlos Lopez de Lacalle, a 5th generation winemaker.
“We pay meticulous attention to each stage of the process. We invested in our own state of the art canning line to capture the freshness of the vineyard. Great wine starts in the vineyard. No matter if it’s in a can or bottle,” says Carlos.
Ah-So is one of the few canned wine producers that make 100% organically farmed canned wines from its own vineyards.