THE BAND


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Barrett Anderson: One of our four winemakers, Barrett mines the vines and mans the barrels at Jackson Family’s Cabernet estates. He has worked with some notable Napa brands, including Freemark Abbey, Cardinale and Lokoya.

Born and raised in Geyserville, Barrett obtained an undergraduate degree in biology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He earned a graduate degree in Oenology and Viticulture from Australia’s University of Adelaide, Waite. While “down under,” he worked three harvests before returning to California.

Barrett’s Epiphany Wine: 1993 Leo Buring DW33 Clare Valley Riesling


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Brennan Anderson: As Vice President of Marketing at Folio Fine Wine Partners, Brennan is our business man.

He is a Napa Valley native who entered the wine profession after working at an advertising agency in Santa Barbara and earning his MBA from Wake Forest University. He worked at Paterno Wine International in Chicago for several years, but together with his wife Lisa, returned to his hometown of Napa for sunshine and wine.

Brennan’s Epiphany Wine: 1976 St Clement Cabernet


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Jason Heller: Our Master Sommelier Jason Heller is a Partner at Scale Wine Group and leads our sales efforts for Band of Vintners. He has been at the helm for several respected wine programs, including Thomas Keller’s Bouchon and Richard Reddignton’s REDD, and directed sales and marketing for Harlan, Bond and DANA Estates, most recently.

Jason graduated from Hawai’I Pacific University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in marketing. He now lives in Yountville, Calif. with his wife Sarah.

Jason’s Epiphany Wine: 1985 Domaine de la Romanée Conti Echezeaux


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Cameron Hobel: Cameron is the founder of Milton Road Trading Company after serving as the Director of Sales and Marketing for Arcum Wine Trading in Switzerland, where he managed all fine wine sales to U.S. collectors, retailers, importers and restaurants.

He previously held positions with WineBid.com and Christie’s in Beverly Hills after launching his career in wine at Mendocino’s Greenwood Ridge Vineyards. Together with his wife Bahaneh, he became a vintner in his own right with Hobel Wines.

Cameron’s Epiphany Wine: 1989 Coche Dury Meursault Perreires 1er Cru


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Dan Petroski: Dan is the winemaker for Larkmead Vineyards and his own label, Massican, in addition to sharing his winemaking expertise with Band of Vintners.

A Brooklyn native, Dan attended Columbia University followed by a career with Time, Inc. working for Sports Illustrated and Time magazine. He relocated to Napa Valley more than a decade ago by way of Italy, where he learned how to make wine.

Dan currently lives in Yountville with his wife Jessica.

Dan’s Epiphany Wine: Sean Thackrey’s Pleiades


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Mark Porembski: Mark is the winemaker for Anomaly Vineyards and he also produces his own wines under the Zeitgeist label in addition to band of Vintners. He lends his expertise as a winemaker to Band of Prior to joining Anomaly, Mark honed his craft in the Napa Valley cellars of Behrens Family, El Molino and Araujo, as well as Craggy Range in Hawkes Bay New Zealand.

Mark is originally from New England and holds a degree in poetry. He and his wife Jennifer Williams, a noted winemaker in her own right, live in Yountville with their three daughters. 

Mark’s Epiphany Wine: A lost vintage and producer of Montepulciano D’Abruzzo


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Stèphane Vivier: In addition to Band of Vintners and his own label, Vivier, which he shares with his wife, Stéphane is the winemaker for Hyde de Villaine and Long Meadow Ranch’s Anderson Valley wines. 

Stéphane grew up in Meloisey, Burgundy. After obtaining degrees in viticulture and enology from Université de Bourgogne in Dijon, he worked in Switzerland, Sonoma and New Zealand. Along the way he discovered the difference between Old World and New World winemaking.

Together with his wife Dana, he lives in Sonoma with their two children.

Stéphane’s Epiphany Wine: 1974 Richebourg

 

 

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