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Butch Milbrandt

Chief Executive Officer

Wahluke Wine Company

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Wahluke Wine Company

23934 Road T. 1 SW

Mattawa, Washington,99349

United States

Company Description

Wahluke Wine Company provides unparalleled grape-to-bottle winemaking capabilities in Eastern Washington. The integration of custom winery services offers one-stop-shopping for wineries including crush to-bottle, tank and barrel storage and case goods warehous...more

Background Information

Employment History

Co-owner

Milbrandt Vineyards


Co-owner

Wahluke School District


Affiliations

Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers

Board Member


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Staff Bios

www.wahlukewinecompany.com [cached]

Butch Milbrandt
Butch was born in 1945 in Oregon and moved to Quincy, Washington with his parents at the age of nine. He spent much of his youth doing chores and working on the family farm. He was first introduced to wine as a teenager. "...a fortified wine from the National Wine Company that my Dad let me taste. Butch had his first good wine at a Christmas dinner in 1984.


Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers

www.wawgg.org [cached]

Butch Milbrandt, Wahluke Wine Company CEO


About Us - MilbrandtVineyards.com

milbrandtvineyards.com [cached]

Butch Milbrandt
Butch was born in 1945 in Oregon and moved to Quincy, Washington with his parents at the age of nine. He spent much of his youth doing chores and working on the family farm. He was first introduced to wine as a teenager. "...a fortified wine from the National Wine Company that my Dad let me taste. Butch had his first good wine at a Christmas dinner in 1984. "...a bottle of White Burgundy from a producer I've long since forgotten. It was eye-opening!" For most of his life Butch has been a hands-on farmer, walking and working the land. He and his brother Jerry entered the grape growing business in 1997. In 2005, Butch shifted his talents towards overseeing the construction and running of the winery. A private pilot who loves flying his own plane, Butch is also a self-confessed foodie. "I do all of the grocery shopping and cooking at our home," he says sheepishly. "It is my daily down time, my escape from reality. For the past few years I have been focusing on Italian dishes-anything with eggplant, and the slow-cooked foods, like osso bucco and short ribs." Butch and his wife Lisa live near the vineyards and winery. Now a multi-generational brand with Butch and his son Buck taking the lead, Milbrandt Vineyards remains a symbol of perseverance and reward. Founded in 1997 by brothers Butch and Jerry Milbrandt. Winery owners are Butch and his children Buck and Kerri Milbrandt. - Butch Milbrandt It's apropos farming pioneer Butch Milbrandt, considered a forefather of the Washington wine industry, put faith and confidence in a charismatic multi-tattooed Millennial. Butch and his son, Buck Milbrandt, say that while narrowing the generational gap is exciting for their brand, the decision was based on Emily's talent and drive than age. She takes risks while creating unique opportunities for all to connect to our wines, whether it's a premium single vineyard or an inviting wine of value," said winery owner Butch Milbrandt. Co-Owner Butch Milbrandt and his wife Lisa


About Us - MilbrandtVineyards.com

milbrandtvineyards.com [cached]

Butch Milbrandt
Butch was born in 1945 in Oregon and moved to Quincy, Washington with his parents at the age of nine. He spent much of his youth doing chores and working on the family farm. He was first introduced to wine as a teenager. "...a fortified wine from the National Wine Company that my Dad let me taste. Butch had his first good wine at a Christmas dinner in 1984. "...a bottle of White Burgundy from a producer I've long since forgotten. It was eye-opening!" For most of his life Butch has been a hands-on farmer, walking and working the land. He and his brother Jerry entered the grape growing business in 1997. In 2005, Butch shifted his talents towards overseeing the construction and running of the winery. A private pilot who loves flying his own plane, Butch is also a self-confessed foodie. "I do all of the grocery shopping and cooking at our home," he says sheepishly. "It is my daily down time, my escape from reality. For the past few years I have been focusing on Italian dishes-anything with eggplant, and the slow-cooked foods, like osso bucco and short ribs." Butch and his wife Lisa live near the vineyards and winery. In 1997, after witnessing the high quality of wines being produced in Eastern Washington, Jerry and brother Butch got into the grape growing business. Milbrandt Vineyards was founded in 1997 by Butch and Jerry Milbrandt. Building on four generations of farming heritage, Butch and Jerry took a leap from potato and apple farming to grow world-class vineyards, and ultimately opened a winery. Pioneers of the Columbia Valley wine regions, Butch and Jerry saw potential in the land and resources of Eastern Washington. It's apropos farming pioneers Butch and Jerry Milbrandt, considered forefathers of Washington Wine Country, put faith and confidence in a charismatic multi-tattooed Millennial. "Emily joined our team in 2009 and she was immersed in this brand since day one, always asking for more and more responsibility," said winery owner Butch Milbrandt.


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Butch Milbrandt (07)


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