(NAPA, Calif.) – Portocork, North America’s premier supplier of natural cork stoppers for the wine, beer and spirits industry, announced the addition of Sarah Donley to the sales team. Donley joins Portocork as an account manager in Napa and Sonoma, following a decade of winemaking experience at wineries including Colgin Cellars, Wheeler Farm and ADAMVS Winery.

“Having known Sarah for many years as a client, I am delighted that she has joined our team,” said Portocork President Dustin Mowe, “Her deep technical and winemaking knowledge is matched by her enthusiasm for carrying on Portocork’s relentless efforts to supply the finest cork products in the world. As a seasoned winemaker who has used our products in the past, Sarah brings an insightful ability to understand, and attest to, the quality and service for which Portocork is known.”

“Moving into the sales side of the wine business is a natural and exciting next step in my career,” Donley said, “It has been my desire to join a company that is the market leader, extremely innovative and committed to the highest standards for quality and service.”

“As Portocork continues to grow, the addition of winemaking professionals such as Sarah Donley bolsters our ability to provide the finest natural cork closures of choice for premium wines, as well as continued confidence from our winery customers,” Mowe added.

Since 1982, Portocork has been the leading supplier of natural cork to the American wine, beer and spirits market. With innovation and quality at the forefront of their mission, the company strives to provide technical solutions for today’s marketplace with reliable, high-quality, natural cork products coupled with best-in-class service.

For more information about Portocork or to arrange a visit to the state-of-the-art facility in Napa, please contact Portocork at 707.258.3930, visit www.portocork.com or send an email to info@portocork.com.

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