AUSTRALIA: New president and CEO for Pepper Tree
Australia's Pepper Tree Wines of the Hunter Valley in New South Wales has appointed John Martini as its president and CEO to aggressively expand in North America.
Educated at Northwest university, Martini's 20 years in the wine industry have been spent largely in the US, including with Charles Krug/Mondavi, Domaine Chandon and Gallo.
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