Terroir Selections has announced the addition of Steve Doyle to the senior management team. Doyle will be the senior vice president of sales and marketing, guiding the organization through the next steps of growth and development. He will be managing and directing all aspects of sales and marketing, as well as have responsibility for overall brand strategy. Additionally, Doyle will be facilitating strong communications and planning across the various brands and partners including Mulderbosch, Leviathan, Sandhi, Fable, Marvelous and Maison L’Oree. He will also be managing the Cultivate portfolio; Dream Walking, The Feast, Copa Cabana, Wonderlust, Double Blind and the Gambler.
“Charles Banks has built a tremendous portfolio and partnership of luxury as well as super premium wine brands. I am very excited to be a part of this opportunity, and this team of professionals,” said Doyle. “An aspect of the portfolio that is equally amazing is Cultivate. The Culitvate brand provides opportunity and hope to communities globally by giving 10 percent of revenue to nonprofit causes.”
Doyle joins the Terroir Selections team with an extensive background within the wine industry. Most recently, he was a critical part of the team that developed the Vinmotion wine company, now successfully a part of the Banfi organization. Prior to that, Doyle served as senior vice president of sales, developing multiple luxury and super premium brands under the Pacific Wine Partners/Constellation umbrella. Doyle also served as vice president for Southcorp Wines, and spent 14 years with Diageo (Heublein), where he progressively gained responsibilities in positions throughout the organization. Doyle has a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from Indiana State University, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Pepperdine University.
Terroir Selections invests in, adds value to, and markets wine passion projects around the world. Founded by Charles Banks, Terroir Selections owns a collection of wineries that are benchmarks for their quality, typicity, character and value. To learn more about Terroir Selections, visit www.terroirselections.com.