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Bogle Vineyards Hires Experienced Industry Executive for Its New Vice President of Marketing Position

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Clarksburg, Calif.Bogle Vineyards and Winery has announced the hiring of wine industry veteran, Paul Englert, to fill the newly-created role of Vice President of Marketing.

In this position, Englert will lead brand and marketing strategy for Bogle’s three wine brands, Bogle, Phantom and Juggernaut, as well as direct national programming, lead innovation and work to streamline messaging across all platforms.

“Paul comes to Bogle Vineyards with a track record of success in the wine and spirits industry,” said Bogle Vineyards President and Vineyard Director, Warren Bogle. “As a family owned and operated business, we seek people that embody the spirit of collaboration and hard work. We believe Paul exemplifies those qualities and will help lead our talented marketing staff to create new and exciting programs.”

Englert’s nearly 20 years of experience in the wine and spirits industry includes roles as Vice President of Marketing with C. Mondavi & Family, Vice President of Marketing with Wilson Daniels and Brand Manager with E&J Gallo. Most recently he served as the Director of Sales and Marketing with Portland, Oregon-based SakeOne.

“For many years I have admired Bogle Vineyards for their impressive consistency, heritage and branding,” said Englert. “The opportunity to work with this legacy winemaking family is truly an honor and I look forward to my role in positioning their business for future success.”

Englert earned his undergraduate degree from California State University – Chico and his MBA from the University of Chicago – Graduate School of Business.

About Bogle Vineyards

Bogle Vineyards is located in Clarksburg, California, and is run by the sixth generation of the Bogle family to live and work in the Sacramento Delta region. Bogle was honored as Wine Enthusiast’s 2019 American Winery of the Year and was presented with the Green Medal Leader Award in 2018 for its sustainability efforts in the winery and vineyards.

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