Our new team is excited about continuing to build on Zonin USA’s success over the last few years. -- Tim Matz
Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 16, 2015
Zonin USA, Inc., a subsidiary of ZONIN1821, the largest privately owned vine growing and winemaking company in Italy, announced today that it is relocating its corporate headquarters from Charlottesville, Virginia to Miami, Florida.
“This move is based on creating one corporate team by combining our administration, finance, and customer service with our Marketing office as well as being closer to our key customers, distributor base, and on and off-premise trade community,” said Tim Matz, General Manager and Executive Vice-President of Zonin USA, Inc. “It also allowed us to take advantage of Miami’s strong talent pool and cost-effective environment to continue to build the company into a leading wine importer.”
The move will accommodate recent staff growth and enable ZONIN1821’s U.S. subsidiary to continue to maintain its significant presence in the wine community, increase company’s capabilities in key areas that align with current and future growth plans. The new office space will provide capacity for increased customer support, operational efficiency, sales and leadership functions across the company in one location. “Our new team is excited about continuing to build on Zonin USA’s success over the last few years” added Matz.
Zonin USA, Inc. is wholly owned by Zonin1821 in Italy; a company of seven generations of wine makers with eleven estates located in the seven most prestigious wine growing areas in Italy. The flagship winery, Castello D’Albola located in Tuscany’s Chianti Classico District, Rocca di Montemassi located in Maremma, Tuscany, Principi di Butera located in Sicily, Ca’Bolani located in Friuli, Castello del Poggio located in Piemonte/Asti, Tenuta IL Bosco located in Lombardia, Podere IL Giangio located in Veneto, Abbazia Monte Oliveto located in Toscana and Masseria Altemura located in Puglia. Each winery is dedicated to its own traditional wines and styles. http://www.zoninusa.com
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