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Bin to Bottle Welcomes COO Matthew Glynn

Posted on December 09, 2019

Bin to Bottle winery announced the recent appointment of Matthew Glynn as chief operating officer. Glynn brings a diverse wine business background to this new role and will be focused on positioning the winery for strong growth.

Glynn was formerly a general manager and senior winemaker at Treasury Wine Estates and the senior winemaker at Diageo’s Acacia, prior to its acquisition by Treasury. He also held positions at Gallo and Beringer in the US and spent time working harvests in France, Australia and New Zealand. Matthew is a UC Davis graduate with a Master of Science in Viticulture and Enology.

Managing Partner John Wilkinson said of Glynn’s appointment, “We are thrilled that Matthew has joined our team. His broad winery operations experience, technical expertise and leadership skills will be a tremendous asset to us.”

Glynn joins Bin to Bottle’s Director of Winemaking, Toshi Wakayama, in running the 6-acre, 550,000-gallon production facility in south Napa. Says Wilkinson, “We have invested considerable resources to focus on the production of outstanding wines and have expanded our capabilities to include canning in the wine and ready to drink beverage spaces. Matthew and our team are well positioned to successfully direct the next chapter in the company’s evolution.”

Glynn said, “Bin to Bottle is positioned to grow significantly and I am excited to be a part of that growth. I am honored to join the company and look forward to working with an exceptional team.”
 

About Bin to Bottle Winery
Bin to Bottle is a custom crush winery located in Napa, California. The company services over 50 clients and provides full service harvest production, barrel storage, bulk wine preparation, bottling, canning and beverage co-packing services.

 

Region: Napa & Sonoma
Job Function: Winemaking

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