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Patrick Baker Joins Scheid Family Wines in Production and Sales

Posted on October 20, 2020


SALINAS, CA, – Scheid Family Wines, based in Monterey County, California, is pleased to welcome Patrick Baker as a new member of the Production Sales Team. 

Baker will be based at Scheid’s winery campus in Greenfield, California.

Baker brings over 17 years of diverse wine business experience to the sales team. He is knowledgeable in many facets including winemaking, viticulture, winery management, teaching wine business at the university level, winery software and leading-edge technologies. Most recently, he worked as the VP of Sales for Agrothermal in Grower Relation

About Scheid Family Wines

Scheid Family Wines is a family-owned, estate-driven wine company founded in 1972. With 4,000 acres of sustainably certified vineyards located in Monterey County, California, and an innovative luxury level winery, Scheid Family Wines is fully integrated to bring high quality estate grown wines to the marketplace. Scheid’s winery and bottling operations are powered by 100% renewable wind energy generated by a 396-foot tall wind turbine, which also supplies energy to many homes in the local community. The Scheid Family Wines globally distributed portfolio includes Scheid Vineyards, Sunny with a Chance of Flowers, Ryder Estate, District 7, Ranch 32, Metz Road, VDR and Stokes’ Ghost. Scheid Family Wines also produces many regionally distributed brands for specific clients and distributors. For more information, please visit

Region: Central Coast
Job Function: Cellarmaster/Production, Sales/Marketing

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