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Turn Key Wine Brands Expands Team With New East Coast Regional Manager

Posted on January 30, 2018

Santa Maria, CA - Family-owned grower and producer, Turn Key Wine Brands, is pleased to welcome Zoe Skinner as the new East Coast Regional Manager.

Skinner joins Turn Key Wine Brands with almost two decades of experience in the wine industry. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Virginia Tech with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology, Skinner spent time traveling around Europe and South America before returning to the U.S. to join Vin Divino Imports. She spent the early part of her career in marketing and strategic planning before becoming Vin Divino’s Director of Operations, and most recently, worked as Territory Manager at Winebow, where she developed sales plans to increase wine distribution within the Southeast.

Skinner brings a wide range of skills to her new role with Turn Key and is “eager to be working with such a growing and well-respected company,” shares Skinner. Her diversified background in sales, management, inventory control and marketing, coupled with her extensive wine knowledge, makes her a key asset to the Turn Key team.

Skinner serves on the Charleston Wine and Food Board of Directors, is a Certified Specialist of Wine and has worked as an Italian wine specialist. She currently resides in South Carolina.

Turn Key Wine Brands’ diversified portfolio includes premium bulk wine and market-ready control label wine. A division of Thornhill Companies, Turn Key Wine Brands is owned by the Miller Family, who have been farming California’s Central Coast for five generations. Thornhill Companies includes J. Wilkes Wines, Ballard Lane Wines, Smashberry Wines, Turn Key Wine Brands, custom crush facilities Central Coast Wine Services and Paso Robles Wine Services, and a portfolio of Central Coast vineyards.

Region: Central Valley
Job Function: Sales/Marketing

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