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V2 Wine Group Adds Josh Brett to National Salesforce

Posted on January 13, 2014

V2 Wine Group announced two veteran additions to its expanding national salesforce with the appointments of Sean Lynch as the company’s Great Lakes regional manager and Josh Brett as its southeast regional manager.

Brett’s career has spanned 15 years in the wine industry, holding key management positions with wineries and distributors. He will be responsible for all sales activities for the V2 Wine Group portfolio in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi.

Brett holds CSW certificates and will report to Scott Ericson, V2’s vice president, national sales manager.

“V2 Wine Group continues in a rapid growth phase and our outlook for continued expansion is a strategic imperative,” said Dan Leese, president of V2 Wine Group. “As our portfolio of world-class wineries and brands continues to increase in size and scope, bringing on top professionals is critical to sustained growth.”

“Sean and Josh both bring depth of experience and industry knowledge to our company, with the expertise they have of their specific markets V2 Wine Group strengthens its presence in the national market,” stated Katy Leese, general manager of V2 Wine Group.

V2 Wine Group is a wine production, marketing and sales organization dedicated to helping family wineries achieve their goals in the North American marketplace. Based in Sonoma, California, the company is a partnership between wine industry veterans Dan and Katy Leese and entrepreneur Pete Kight.

Region: Southeast, USA
Job Function: Sales/Marketing

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