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Bill Brinton

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Elizabeth

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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Charles Creek Vineyard


Affiliations

The Wiman Beverage Company

Founder


Education

MBA program

Columbia University


Web References(14 Total References)


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bude-canal.co.uk [cached]

Capt. Bill Brinton
During the 1914/18 war a lifeboat from the "Alcide" was washed ashore. This became a ferry under the command of Capt. Bill Brinton which would take passengers across the river for one old penny. During the summer at low water a manual wind-up bridge enabled pedestrians to remain dry and cross the river by Chapel Rock. During the winter the bridge was wheeled away and parked in the Ocean Caves. Bill Brinton was also skipper of the "Elizabeth" which ran aground under Summerleaze Point in February 1912.


Untitled Document

www.bude-canal.co.uk [cached]

Capt. Bill Brinton
During the 1914/18 war a lifeboat from the "Alcide" was washed ashore. This became a ferry under the command of Capt. Bill Brinton which would take passengers across the river for one old penny. During the summer at low water a manual wind-up bridge enabled pedestrians to remain dry and cross the river by Chapel Rock. During the winter the bridge was wheeled away and parked in the Ocean Caves. Bill Brinton was also skipper of the "Elizabeth" which ran aground under Summerleaze Point in February 1912.


Charles Creek Vineyard

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Bill Brinton
Bill Brinton resides in Sonoma, but his roots are deep in the Midwest. Midwesterners are known for strong American values, respect for family and institutions, and the ability to create and recognize value in products. Bill is a direct descendent of a true pioneer, John Deere. His direct family was at the helm of Deere until its recent transition to a public company. Ten years prior to the start of Charles Creek Vineyard, Bill used this same dedication to create new and innovative beverages. In 1993, Bill, a graduate of the Columbia University MBA program, established a natural products and nutritional beverage firm, The Wiman Beverage Company. This company was sold to a larger firm in 2000. Bill enjoys vineyard selection and development, as well as the critical evaluation and blending of the juice from grapes into wine. The wines are styled to pair wonderfully with a wide variety of fresh foods, and his vision is to create wines that could be sold for $30 to $75 per bottle, but that provide an exceptional value in the $20 to $25 price range. Gerry was educated in North Carolina at Duke University and Boston and settled in San Francisco with her husband, Bill.


Charles Creek Vineyard

www.charlescreek.com [cached]

Bill Brinton - Proprietor
"Bill and Gerry Brinton founded Charles Creek Vineyard in 2002 with the goal of creating outstanding wines at an exceptional value. A descendant of John Deere, Bill Brinton operates Charles Creek according to the principles of value, integrity, and quality."


www.thesonomavine.com

Bill Brinton
Bill Brinton resides in Sonoma, but his roots are deep in the Midwest. Midwesterners are known for strong American values, respect for family and institutions, and the ability to create and recognize value in products. Bill is a direct descendent of a true pioneer, John Deere. His direct family was at the helm of Deere until its recent transition to a public company. Ten years prior to the start of Charles Creek Vineyard, Bill used this same dedication to create new and innovative beverages. In 1993, Bill, a graduate of the Columbia University MBA program, established a natural products and nutritional beverage firm, The Wiman Beverage Company. This company was sold to a larger firm in 2000. Bill enjoys vineyard selection and development, as well as the critical evaluation and blending of the juice from grapes into wine. The wines are styled to pair wonderfully with a wide variety of fresh foods, and his vision is to create wines that could be sold for $30 to $75 per bottle, but that provide an exceptional value in the $20 to $25 price range. Gerry was educated in North Carolina at Duke University and Boston and settled in San Francisco with her husband, Bill.


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