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Neil Koch Joins Turrentine Brokerage

Posted on December 16, 2014

Turrentine Brokerage, California’s leading broker of wine grapes and wines in bulk, announced that a new broker has joined its growing team. Neil Koch (rhymes with scotch) grew up among the vineyards and wineries of Napa Valley. He graduated from Vintage High School and studied enology and viticulture at both Napa Community College and Fresno State University. He worked in production for Seavey Vineyards and Bryant Family Vineyard and became enologist and cellar master at Lewis Cellars. Then he moved to the oak side of the business, selling barrels in Northern California and Washington state for Mistral Barrels, Bouchard Cooperage and Seguin Moreau.

Koch has joined the Turrentine bulk wine brokerage team, working mainly with clients in the North Coast and Northern Interior regions. He lives in Walnut Creek and is an avid cyclist. He can be reached at Turrentine Brokerage’s headquarters in Novato: 415-209-9463.

Region: California, USA

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