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Frescobaldi Group Appoints New Vice President of Sales & Operations

Posted on January 30, 2020

New York, N.Y.—Renowned wine producer Frescobaldi Toscana has officially announced the recent appointment of Michael Miller as the Vice President of Sales & Operations in the U.S.

Previously U.S. Area Manager, Michael Miller will continue to grow the U.S. business in the three sectors of importing, distribution, and sales as Vice President of Sales & Operations in the U.S., Miller will act as the liaison for Manicaretti, the importer for Frescobaldi’s olive oil brand Laudemio, the duty-paid importers Shaw-Ross International, and the duty-free agent Slainte Wines, Inc. Originally from Connecticut, the married father-of-four has more than 30 years of wine-focused sales experience in the beverage industry. 

"The opportunity to work as Vice President of Sales & Operations in the U.S. with Frescobaldi Toscana is an honor," says Miller, "I look forward to this new chapter to lead the sales and marketing teams to build further upon Frescobaldi’s market presence on the national level.” 

About Frescobaldi

Frescobaldi Toscana, the leading wine producer of Tuscany and one of the most historic and respected wine companies in the world, combines centuries of tradition with progressive winemaking techniques and practices. Founded in the 14th century and a supplier of wines to the royal courts of Europe for generations, Frescobaldi Toscana is still a family-owned company today. Comprised of seven distinct estates totaling approximately 1,300 hectares, Frescobaldi Toscana produces terroir-driven wines utilizing only the grapes grown in its own vineyards. The company continually upgrades and modernizes its grape growing and winemaking operations, maintaining a relentless focus on producing unique wines that express the individuality of each unique terroir from which they are produced.


Region: New York
Job Function: Sales/Marketing

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