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Sonoma County Winegrowers name new Director of Marketing and Public Relations

Santa Rosa, Calif., (November 27, 2017) – Sonoma County Winegrowers has received a great deal of media attention in recent years.  From being recognized a global leader in its quest for

Amy Landolt joins following career in wine marketing

100% wine sustainability to providing insight on annual harvests to most recently sharing a perspective on the impact of last month’s fires has required a lot of interaction with the media around the world.  So when the organization recently went looking for a new director of marketing and public relations, it wanted someone with wine industry knowledge and marketing experience.  They found it in California wine industry veteran, Amy Landolt, who was just announced as the organization’s new Director of Marketing and Public Relations.

“Amy possesses both the wine marketing experience and communications expertise that we were looking for,” said Karissa Kruse, president of the Sonoma County Winegrowers. She added, “We are thrilled she is joining us and I know Amy will add immediate value to our team and to our grower members.” 

Amy has worked throughout California’s premier wine regions including in Paso Robles, Temecula, Napa and Sonoma County.  Most recently she was the senior marketing manager at Pernod Ricard USA where she worked on the Kenwood Vineyards and Mumm Napa brands.  Prior to that, she was the marketing manager at Benziger Family Winery and Imagery Winery in Glen Ellen.  She is a graduate of San Diego State University and earned an MBA at Cal-Poly, San Luis Obispo.  Her responsibilities at Sonoma County Winegrowers will include leading public relations efforts with trade and consumer media, coordinating the Sonoma County marketing strategy and manage community relations.

“I am honored to be joining the team at Sonoma County Winegrowers,” said Landolt. She added, “I truly believe that every step of my career has prepared me for this great opportunity to promote and preserve Sonoma County’s rich history of agriculture and sustainability on behalf of our region’s winegrape growers and their families.”

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