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Long-Term Decisions. Long-Term Success

We work on executive searches across the country with large and small beverage companies. Our driving goal is to provide a professional, honest and expedient recruiting experience – which respects the unique and individual needs of clients and candidates alike.

If you are an industry professional with a strong record of success, we encourage you to submit your resume now, even if you are not actively looking. This will enable you to be in our system and easier to identify when a suitable position becomes available. Please note that we hold your information in confidence and don’t share your backgrounds with clients until we have first contacted you and you express interest in a specific role.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are here to help. Our goal is support great long-term careers and make positive changes in people lives. We understand how difficult finding the right job can be. Here are some helpful tips to help you along the journey.



Any must haves on my resume?

Your resume is like a print ad for yourself. Make is clear and consise and let you successes standout.

7 Tips for Writing an Effective Resume
o Format your Resume wisely “Do the Hiring Managers” work for them.
o Identify your accomplishments, not just a job description or profile.
o Quantify your accomplishments.
o Cater Your Resume for the beverage alcohol industry
o Don’t use company-specific acronyms
o Replace your Objective” with a “Career Summary”
o 2 pages are ideal, but 3 is o.k.


What do I wear to the interview?
Please ask us if you are unsure. What to wear can be different depending on the culture of the company. Part of our role is to help explain the company, culture and environment.
How do I prep for the interview?
Do your research on anything you can find on the internet – articles, interviews of key management, financials, etc. It’s important to understand their products and competition. Specific prep for a given role, we will talk through live before the interview.

Thank You Notes

Should I send a Thank you Note after a call or interview?
We always recommend a follow up after an initial or in-person interview, thanking the interviewer for their time, reflecting your key takeaways from the meeting, and expressing your interest/value in moving forward, or interest in keeping touch for future roles
Snail mail or email for thank you notes?
Always send a thank you note immediately after the interview to everyone you met. Send just a quick email with a thoughtful show of appreciation of their time and consideration.


Please note that we are a recruiting agency hired by winery, spirits and beer clients to fill specific executive searches that meet their needs. We only present candidates to clients when we have specific searches and candidates that meet a client’s requirements. We do not prospectively shop candidates to companies.