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Shannon Ridge Family of Wines Hires Wine Industry Veteran to Regional Sales Position


Brenda Bullington hired as Western Region Sales Manager

Brenda BullingtonLower Lake, CA (February 1, 2014) – Shannon Ridge Family of Wines announces the return of Brenda Bullington to the team. Bullington has been appointed to a newly created position of Western Region Sales Manager, effective immediately. In her new role Bullington will be responsible for California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. She will report directly to Angie Bigham, National Sales Manager.

Bullington brings over 15 years of wine sales experience to this new position. Prior to joining Shannon Ridge Family of Wines, Brenda was Vice President – Sales and Marketing at Casey Flat Ranch Vineyards in Tiburon, California. Earlier in her career Bullington was VP of Sales for Ladera Vineyards on Howell Mountain, as well as an Area Manager for California at the E & J Gallo Winery. Bullington is known throughout the industry for her infectious enthusiasm and can do spirit.

“With her past experience in the wine business, we think Brenda will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to Shannon Ridge” said Clay Shannon, President of Shannon Ridge Family of Wines. “Her contribution is vital to this competitive Western region.”
Bullington is thrilled to be back in the Shannon Ridge saddle. “It is great to pardner up again with Proprietor Clay Shannon and National Sales Manager Angie Bigham. Clay has successfully
developed and expanded the Shannon Ridge Brands. I look forward to getting my boots on the ground once again in the Wild West and help the brands continue to grow.”

Bullington attended Florida International University in Florida. When she’s not
traveling, Brenda calls Healdsburg her home, where she lives with her husband Steve and their German Short Hair Pointer, Sadie.

About Shannon Ridge Family of Wines

The Shannon family is committed to preserving their land, not only for the great vineyard sites but also for the bear, elk, mountain lions, eagles and other creatures which live there. Of their approximately 2200 acres, only about 35% have been converted to vineyards. The balance of the land has been preserved for the wildlife which wanders through the property from the expansive wilderness areas adjoining the ranches. The vineyards were carefully planned out, leaving corridors open to migrating animals and protecting sensitive nesting areas.

The Shannon Ridge Family of Wines portfolio includes Buck Shack, Cross Springs, Dalliance, High Valley, Hillgate, Playtime, Vigilance Vineyards, and Shannon Ridge.




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