Ex-Chief Winemaker for Treasury Wine Estates in the Americas overseeing Stags' Leap, Beringer, Chateau St Jean, and more
- Matt is an all-star. He was the Chief Winemaker for the Americas at Treasury, responsible for big name wines like Beringer, Stags' Leap, Chateau St. Jean, Etude and many many more.
- But the better he did, the more he was promoted, and the farther he got from the cellar and vineyards. It's the good winemaker paradox. When you're very good, they take you out of the winery and stick you in a business suit. So we gave Matt a chance to get back to real winemaking.
- Matt's a laser-precise winemaker. We ask him for rich, smooth Napa Cab. He delivers. We ask him for silky, elegant Central Coast Pinot. He makes the best one we've ever tasted.
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Matt Parish's Story
"The wine world is due for a shake-up. Winemakers often don't get the respect and opportunity they deserve, customers don't get the wines they want and it's time for a change. I'm really excited to join the NakedWines.com team, which is intent on transforming the wine business and has grown from being a start-up to an international business in less than five years. The winery in Sonoma is already producing some super wines -- my job will be to ensure they get even better."
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