Blind Corner has appointed Paul Maley as general manager.
Located in WA’s Margaret River wine region, Blind Corner is one of Western Australia’s largest growers of organic and biodynamic grapes.
Maley says he is looking forward to building on the current success of the winery, while embracing innovative strategies to better promote organic wines to a wider audience.
“I’m confident we have the right team in place to be able to offer a premium WA product that is a little different from the norm,” says Maley.
“The market for natural and organic wines has been steadily increasing in recent years, with consumers becoming more aware of what they are eating and drinking. Blind Corner wines are already found at The Standard Hotel in New York, Bennelong, the Sydney Opera House and Wildflower in Perth.”
Maley joins Blind Corner after 10 years of managing Brisbane hotels and the Boulevard Hotel in Perth.
“It’s great to have someone like Paul come on board,” says Ben Gould, owner and founder of Blind Corner.
“His proven track record in building quality businesses is one thing, but he also gets what we’re trying to achieve and has a vision on how to get there. We look forward to making our wines even more accessible to real wine lovers around Australia and the world.”
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