Woodlawn Press Winery with Andrew Rosado

Andrew Rosado, Veteran On The Move

Woodlawn Press Winery with Andrew Rosado

This week Joe is joined by Army Veteran Andrew Rosado, who founded Woodlawn Press Winery along with his wife Bonnie. Andrew shared how he was able to turn what started as a wine making hobby into a family business. After separation from the Army, Andrew entered the civilian workforce until deciding that the entrepreneurial path was right for him and his family. He discussed how they faced the unpredictable challenges of entrepreneurship by always moving forward and pivoting when needed. Andrew and Joe discuss the value of soft skills that military members develop and how they are important to leverage in your transition. 

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About Our Guest

Andrew Rosado is a former Army Officer now turned wine enthusiast and entrepreneur. Andrew earned his Commission upon graduation from Virginia Tech 2009 and separated from the Army in 2013. He leveraged his military experience to transition into the civilian workforce and subsequently moved between traditional contracting and Government positions, supporting the Transportation Security Administration, Defense Intelligence Agency, and US Citizenship and Immigration Services for six years. Andrew took a sharp left turn in his career in 2019 when he decided to turn his home wine making hobby into operating a microwinery in the heart of Alexandria, Virginia. Andrew is in his third year of business and prides himself on bringing a different and unique wine experience to the local community.

Woodlawn Press Winery – Drinking Local Tastes Good.

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