MORGAN HILL, Calif. March 13, 2019–Guglielmo Winery is pleased to announce that Cristina Guglielmo-Maggetti, 4th Generation daughter of owner and winemaker George Guglielmo, has joined the team in Social Media Design and Production.
Cristina was born and raised in Morgan Hill. She graduated from Live Oak High School where she was a Varsity Softball Pitcher for the Acorns and the First Female Drum Major for the Live Oak Emerald Regime.
“As a little girl, I dreamed of working for the Walt Disney Company,” says Guglielmo-Magetti.
After earning her degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management at Northern Arizona University and participating in both the Walt Disney World and Disneyland College Programs, Cristina’s dream came true. She accepted a position at the Disneyland Resort and worked in management at the Disneyland Hotel, in Critter Country/ New Orleans Attractions, Paradise Pier Attractions, Guest Relations, Main Entrance and Special Events. She was the opening manager of the Haunted Mansion Holiday for the first two years and had the opportunity to help manage amazing events, like the Pirates of the Caribbean World Premier, Tower of Terror Grand Opening Event and the Toy Story Midway Mania Grand Opening Event to name a few.
Cristina lives in Southern California with her family. She is a dedicated mother and wife to her two children and her husband, who is Executive Chef for Disneyland.
She has assisted the winery at the Harvest Festival for over 30 years and is honored to take on the responsibility of Social Media Design and Production. Cristina is excited to continue her family’s legacy and speak to wine lovers through the magic of media.
About Guglielmo Winery
A Family Wine Making Tradition in the Santa Clara Valley Since 1925. Guglielmo (gool-yell-mo) Winery, a fourth-generation family-owned winery produces a wide variety of award-winning varietals from their 50 acres of Santa Clara Valley estate vineyards, as well as from other premium winegrowing regions within California. Today, Guglielmo Winery produces nearly 40,000 cases annually under three different labels, Guglielmo Private Reserve, Tre, and their oldest label, Emile’s. Although the winery has grown, they still abide by the family philosophy to produce natural, quality wines to share with family and friends. The family continues to oversee every phase of the winemaking process.