RUTHERFORD, CALIF.—Huneeus Vintners, a family-owned fine wine portfolio, has appointed new sales management roles, signaling the company’s growth and market expansion.
Randy Wooldridge takes on a new position as vice president, national accounts. He will provide innovative sales and marketing strategy and customer service for the company’s portfolio of wines in existing national restaurant and retail wine accounts and seek to broaden opportunities for new business. Wooldridge has been a part of the company’s sales organization since 2006 in leadership roles including division vice president and regional manager. He brings more than 15 years of experience in sales and distributor management at companies including Icon Estates, Constellation Brands in the national channel group, and within the distributor sales network.
In addition, Vice President of Sales Bob Tremain, who joined the company in August, recently appointed several other sales management positions: David Bonathan, division vice president, West; Joe Rance, division vice president, Midwest; Sean Norris, regional manager, Central; Lisa Gurvey, New York state manager; Kelly McFadden, Florida state manager; Daniel O’Connor, district manager Connecticut and Massachusetts; and John Samaritano, Illinois state manager.
“With several key acquisitions, new product additions, steady growth over two years and a dynamic sales and marketing team, our company is poised as a go-to supplier for our distributor partners, national accounts, independent restaurant and retail wine shops,” Tremain said.
Huneeus Vintners is a family-owned portfolio of fine wines including the Quintessa Estate in Rutherford, Napa Valley, Flowers Vineyards and Winery on Sonoma’s extreme coast, Faust, Illumination and The Prisoner from Napa Valley, Saldo Zinfandel, and Veramonte and Neyen wineries in Chile.