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Marc Lohnes Joins Oak Ridge Winery as General Manager

Posted on August 31, 2017

Effective immediately, Oak Ridge Winery (ORW), Lodi’s oldest operating winery & one of California’s fastest
growing wine companies, is pleased to announce the appointment of Marc Lohnes as its General Manager.

Marc Lohnes brings over 40 years of wine industry experience, having worked for E&J Gallo for 24 years before consulting for vintner groups and fine wine & spirits sellers where he became familiar with Oak Ridge. Lohnes started his journey at ORW 7 years ago as Director of Sales & Marketing. He has been a major player in the company’s overall growth, helping most recently in case good sales as Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing. 

“We are pleased to have Marc spearheading company goals at Oak Ridge. He and his sales team have set the foundation for years to come,” says winery owner Rudy Maggio.

“I am humbled and honored to have the opportunity to help the Maggio/Reynolds families achieve their long term goals. I look forward to continue working with all of the great staff at Oak Ridge as well as all of our
suppliers,” stated Lohnes. 

Oak Ridge Winery is a fifth generation, family-owned and operated winery, with vineyard holdings in the Lodi region of California. The company has been experiencing explosive growth over the past five years in its case good sales, driven in large part by its flagship brand, OZV, one of the top selling zins nationally.

 

Region: Lodi
Job Function: President/Owner/GM

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