The Family Business: Courtney Kingston, Founder, Kingston Family Vineyards
Kingston wrote the business plan to plant pinot noir on her family's farmland in the hills of Casablanca while in graduate school at Stanford. Today, Kingston Family Vineyards has been recognized as "among the best wineries in Chile" with their wines being featured on lists at top restaurants. Kingston manages the importing, sales, and marketing for the business.
This conversation will be facilitated by Case Western Reserve University student Jack Petito (CWR '22), who is pursuing a BS in Finance and Accounting.
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We will also be broadcasting this roundtable and future roundtables to LinkedIn Live on CWRU Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship's LinkedIn page on August 18th at 1 pm.
Kingston Family Vineyards
Courtney manages the importing, sales, and marketing for our family's wine business. She graduated from Princeton University, and wrote the business plan to plant pinot noir in the hills of Casablanca while in graduate school at Stanford. Courtney, her husband Andy Pflaum and their 3 daughters typically live near San Francisco, California, although in 2014 they lived in Santiago, Chile, near the family vineyard.