Casey Flat Ranch Hires New Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Casey Flat Ranch, a high-altitude, family winery in Northern California’s Capay Valley, has just announced that Brenda Bullington has been hired as vice president of sales and marketing. She will oversee the company’s distribution network, consumer outreach programs, trade communications, strategic planning, and all other sales and marketing related areas.
“I’m excited to join the Casey Flat Ranch team,” said Bullington. “The Morey family has assembled an extraordinary group of top professionals at the winery and in the vineyards. In a relatively short time span, they have developed a reputation as a compelling brand from an important emerging winegrowing region. I look forward to further expanding their reach and reputation.”
Before joining Casey Flat Ranch, Bullington was the western region vice president for Lake County’s Shannon Ridge Vineyards. Prior to that, she was the proprietor of Dué Sales and Marketing, a national brokerage and consulting company. Bullington’s previous experience includes high-level sales and market positions at Ladera Vineyards in Napa, Gallo, Empson USA, Lapham Sales and Marketing and Deinhard.
According to Alison Morey Garrett, Casey Flat Ranch’s managing partner, “Brenda possesses the passion, creativity and experience we were looking for to help us take Casey Flat Ranch to the next level. She has extensive wine knowledge and long-term relationships with distributors and key accounts around the country.”
About Casey Flat Ranch
Casey Flat Ranch was established in 2004 by the Morey family at their historic mountain estate, 2,000 feet above the Capay Valley, one of Northern California’s hottest emerging winegrowing regions. The winery’s vineyards are carved into the rugged Vaca Range, just across the border from Napa County. Casey Flat Ranch’s winemaking duties are handled by Laura Barrett, one of the industry’s brightest young winemakers. The estate’s vineyards are farmed using the vine-by-vine protocols found only at the world’s top luxury producers. In addition to the 24 acres of vines, Casey Flat Ranch is home to a herd of 200 Texas Longhorn cattle. Currently the winery produces an Estate Red blend composed of Bordeaux and Rhone varieties and an Estate Sauvignon Blanc under the estate Casey Flat Ranch label. The winery also makes a companion red blend and Sauvignon Blanc under the Open Range label. Casey Flat Ranch’s wines are available in most of the country’s major and secondary markets. For more information visit their website at www.caseyflatranch.com.