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Terry Nolan Promoted to Director of Technical Sales and Business Development at The Ranch Winery


Date: 03/07/14

The Ranch Winery, Napa Valley’s largest custom winemaking services facility, has enhanced its business development and marketing team to better serve its current and future custom services clients. Terry Nolan has been promoted to the role of director of technical sales and business development. Nolan  brings his years of experience as the director of winemaking at Benziger Family Winery and his in depth understanding of the custom services business gained as general manager at Owl Ridge Wine Services to this new role. Robin McKee-Cant will work closely with Nolan in a new sales and marketing capacity. McKee-Cant’s resume includes wine education and hospitality assignments with Mondavi, Grgich Hills and Cain Cellars. She was formerly the national sales manager for Sonoma County Tourism.

Region: Napa & Sonoma

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