Internal Promotions at Frederick Wildman and Sons, Ltd

Internal Promotions at Frederick Wildman and Sons, Ltd

Recognition for Continual Success

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Richard Cacciato, President and CEO of Frederick Wildman and Sons announces most recent internal changes and promotions.

In continuing with the steady development of our company, the following personnel changes are effective immediately. Martin Sinkoff has been named Director of Marketing, heading a group of four brand managers covering the entire Wildman portfolio. Caterina Hausmann has been promoted to Senior Brand Manager, in charge of the growing Spanish and Italian Portfolios.

In addition to the changes at Wildman headquarters, new regional additions and promotions continue to strengthen the sales force. Robert Tedder is promoted to Director of Regional Accounts - Northern Division. Rob was formerly the North Central Regional Sales Manager, now replaced by Patrick Doljanin. In the National Brands Divisions, Amber Hanley, has been named Southern California Area Manager and Bryan Odegard as Northwest Regional Sales Manager. In the Fine Wine Division, Kenneth Lewis has been appointed to cover the state of Florida as Regional Sales Manager.

"These promotions and additions have been implemented in recognition of the contribution these individuals have made to the success of Wildman," said Richard Cacciato, president of Frederick Wildman and Sons, "and also to continue to strengthen our existing management team and enhance our ability to compete in this very challenging environment."

"Wildman's move represents a true dedication to the advancement of its employees and to the promotion of the diverse portfolio—a team of professionals actively working together in maximizing the potential and continued success of the company," added Rocco Lombardo, Sr. VP and COO.

Future additions—of personnel and brands—are forthcoming! Moving forward continues to be the key to continued success for Frederick Wildman and Sons, a company positioned strategically to meet the forefront of change.


Importers of fine wines and spirits since 1934 Frederick Wildman and Sons, Ltd., is committed to excellence. The familiar Wildman oval found on every bottle sold is recognized around the world as a symbol of quality assurance. The company has become what Frederick Wildman's president and CEO Richard Cacciato calls "the biggest little wine company in America."

Frederick Wildman and Sons, ltd., portfolio of brands includes: ITALY: Abbona, Ca' Bianca, Ca' Donini, Castello Monaci, Cavicchioli, Conti Formentini, Fattoria dei Barbi, Folonari, La Scolca, Lamberti, Le Chiuse, Le Ragose, Marchesi di Barolo, Melini, Nino Negri, Pellegrino, Tenuta Rapitala, Re Manfredi, Santi; FRANCE: Champagne Pol Roger, Chateau Fuisse/Vincent Selections, Chateau La Lagune, Chateau St. Sulpice, Armand Rousseau, Christian Moreau Pere et Fils, Domaine Faiveley, Jacques Prieur, Marc Roman, Olivier Leflaive, Hugel et Fils, Pascal Jolivet, Paul Jaboulet Aine, Hecht & Bannier, Stephane Aviron,; ARGENTINA: Astica, Luigi Bosca, Finca La Linda, Michel Torino, Cuma, ; SPAIN: El Coto de Rioja, Baron de Ley, Castro Martin, Museum, Maximo; GERMANY: Egon Muller/Chateau Bela, Wittmann; AUSTRIA: Grooner; NEW ZEALAND: Glazebrook; PORTUGAL: Churchill's and Churchill Estate; SPIRITS: Chartreuse, Edinburgh Gin, Ilegal Mezcal, Pig's Nose, Sheep Dip, Vertical Vodka.

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For more information, please contact Odila Gáler-Noël at (212) 355-0700 and visit

Frederick Wildman and Sons, Ltd.
Odila Gáler-Noël, 1-800-RED-WINE

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