US: Eastern sales VP switch lined up at Shannon Ridge Winery
Shannon Ridge Winery has confirmed a change of sales VP for the eastern US.
The Californian wine producer, which has the Single Vineyard and Ranch Collections in its portfolio, said earlier this week that Angie Bigham will assume the role from 12 March. She replaces Chris Baker, who was recently promoted to senior VP of sales and marketing, and joins the company from Ohio's Buckeye Distributing, where she was director of the wine and spirits division.
Bigham has also spent time working for Red Bull America and Anheuser-Busch.
Based in Lake County, Shannon Ridge Winery is owned by Clay and Margarita Shannon.
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