Sara Evans is branching outside of her musical talents to help a worthy case. The country singer is releasing a limited edition wine, with proceeds benefiting the CMA Foundation.

Evans revealed the news in the midst CMA Fest week, during the launch party for her new album Words at Nashville's City Winery. She has partnered with OneHope Wine to create theOneHope Sara Evans Signature Series 2014 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is cellared and bottled at OneHope's headquarters in Napa, Calif. Each bottle of the "Suds in the Bucket" singer's signature wine will benefit the CMA Foundation, which supports music education programs across the U.S.

"All three of my children are musicians — it’s been a joy to watch them learn how to play and sing and I want to do my part to help other kids have that same chance," Evans says in a press release. "When the opportunity presented itself to combine three things that are very important to me — music, children and wine — I couldn’t resist! I’m so excited to partner with OneHope to release my own Signature Series Cabernet Sauvignon and help fund the amazing work the CMA Foundation is doing by supporting music education programs across the country.”

Evans' 2017 Words album is set for release on July 21 on her own label, Born to Fly Records. Her daughter Olivia is featured as a background singer on the project, which also showcases songs written by notable hitmakers like Hillary Scott of Lady AntebellumAshley Monroe, Hillary Lindsey and more.

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