The Americas business remains one of the most significant growth regions for us.
With a substantial footprint in the United States, wine production is concentrated in the prime wine growing regions of California, in particular Napa Valley and Sonoma County.
With a strong portfolio of iconic American brands including Beringer, Chateau St. Jean. Stags' Leap, Sterling Vineyards and Beaulieu Vineyard, we are now the second largest wine supplier in the United States.
We know high performance cultures have better leadership, create more opportunities for their people to succeed, which then delivers a better place to work.
In total, we employ over 1,100 people across the region, with a significant number of these based in Napa, California.
We are all attracted to the opportunity to be part of a distinctly wine-driven culture, while making our presence felt as individuals.
No matter what we do as a wine business, be it growing grapes, producing wines, or transporting them around the world, we are dedicated to the communities in which we operate.
A significant part of our Corporate Responsibility is our commitment to corporate volunteering.
The centrepiece of our efforts is a 'Global Volunteering Week', where employees in every region and function of our business come together during a week in May to undertake valuable work in their communities.
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At Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) we have a great passion for wine. Everything we do at TWE is dedicated to realising our vision of becoming the world's most celebrated wine company.
With over 14,000 hectares of vineyards, 70 plus wine brands and over 3,500 global employees, TWE brings together some of the most popular and collected wines from Australia, California, Italy and New Zealand.
Our treasured brands include Beringer, Penfolds, Beaulieu Vineyard, Lindeman's, Sterling Vineyards, Acacia, Wolf Blass, Rosemount, Matua, Wynns Coonawarra Estate and Castello di Gabbiano.
It's no wonder our people enjoy exciting and diverse career opportunities! – less