Green Bay’s Charles Woodson Signing Bottles at Central Market?

Yes, you did read correctly.  Heisman winner and Green Bay Packer cornerback Charles Woodson is also a wine maker. 

When Woodson played for the Oakland Raiders he developed a love for wine and wine country and after partnering with Rick Ruiz, formerly with Mondavi, he created Twentyfour by Charles Woodson.  24 was his number when he played for Oakland.  The wine, created in the heart of Napa from fruit grown just outside of Calistoga, is “of pure enjoyment, gratitude, giving back and paying forward.” As noted by Woodson, and evident in his work as $10 of every bottle purchased is donated to the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, a part of his alma mater, the University of Michigan.  

Woodson will be at the Central Market  on Lover’s and Greenville from 4-5 tomorrow, with the line forming at 3pm.  He will only be signing bottles of his wine, no memorabilia.  You can purchase the wine to hold a spot in line starting at noon.