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Yunker began his banking career in serving for fourteen years in various investment banking roles, including as Managing Director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Most recently Yunker took up office as MD of JP Morgan in its Real Estate Investment Banking group with primary coverage responsibility for the gaming industry, covering clients across several sectors including casino operators, gaming equipment and system suppliers. During the course of his career, clients have also spanned a broad geographic area, including North America, Europe, Asia and other emerging markets.
Yunker is to assume his new position from Thomas Reeg who was serving as CFO on an interim basis, following his appointment as chief executive officer on January 1, He will be an integral part of our efforts to grow our company.
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Prior to joining Bridge, Meena was a member of the BlackRock Alternatives Specialists team where she worked with institutional clients and represented real estate, infrastructure and private equity strategies. In this role, she was responsible for leading client conversations around Alternatives markets, portfolio construction, asset allocation and strategies across real estate, infrastructure, private equity, private credit and hedge funds.
Meena began her career in investment banking in the Financial Sponsor Group at J. Morgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch executing leveraged buyouts and capital markets transactions for leading private equity funds. She also worked on the buyside as a private equity investor in the Credit Suisse Customized Fund Investment Group where she focused on both primary fund investments as well as direct co-investments.
In this role, Pete was responsible for fundraising and worked directly with clients and their advisors, across the United States, to determine appropriate allocations to hedge funds, private equity, private credit, infrastructure and real estate. Pete started his career in journalism, in the Newsletter Division of Institutional Investor, where he worked first as a reporter and then an editor and publisher.
While there, he covered numerous aspects of finance — equities, real estate, pensions, technology, operations. He is a guest lecturer at Hofstra University. He has been in the financial industry for over 25 years and began his career at Dong Hwa Bank as a Credit Analyst in Seunghwan received his B.
He is also a CFA charter holder. Charlotte Morse serves as Director of Investor Relations and Marketing for Bridge Investment Group, where she is responsible for handling all aspects of external communication, including LP correspondence, conferences, events, marketing materials, and media relations. Charlotte joined Bridge in Charlotte received her B. Oran serves as Vice President in the Capital Markets Group at Bridge Investment Group, where he focuses on product development, capital raising activities and supporting strategic initiatives across the firm.
He holds a B. Vanessa Gil serves as Vice President in the Capital Markets Group, where she focuses on marketing, product development, capital raising activities and supporting strategic initiatives across the firm. Vanessa holds a B. She is also fluent in Spanish. Andrew serves as an Associate on the Capital Markets Group. Prior to joining Bridge in , Andrew was an Associate on the acquisition team at Berkeley Partners, a fully integrated industrial real estate firm focused on multi-tenant value add and core properties across the U.
His background includes financial modeling, running due diligence efforts, and asset management. Andrew holds a B. Prior to joining Bridge in , Catherine was an associate in the Merchant Banking and Loan Syndicate groups at BNP Paribas, where she originated, structured, syndicated and executed loan financings including LBOs, recapitalizations, add-on acquisitions and mergers for middle market financial sponsors and their portfolio companies across a broad spectrum of industries.
Catherine holds a B. She is responsible for being a trusted resource for both existing and prospective investors by coordinating with internal teams at Bridge to manage investor relationships. She also works closely with Director of Marketing and Investor Relations in events, marketing materials, and media relations. Imani received her B. Prior to joining Bridge Investment Group in , Matt worked as an Analyst at Workforce Partners, a private equity real estate owner-operator specializing in workforce housing and hospitality assets in Connecticut.
Zack holds a B. Prior to joining Bridge in , Ben completed a summer internship with the firm in the previous year. He has completed prior internships in value-add acquisitions and investment sales. While at Denver, he oversaw the implementation of a new ERP platform, which served over 13K employees and 23 lines of business. In addition, Denver also implemented a new CRM platform that interfaced with over K residents, which improved overall communication and engagement.
Over his career, Scott has worked globally implementing enterprise solutions to drive innovation, business efficiency and standardization. He has invested time and resources to engage and activate apprentices and internships for STEM programs with high school students. Louis Klein serves as Director of Business Strategy for Bridge, with responsibilities including the evaluation of new areas for investment, special situations and business development.
Prior to joining Bridge, Louis was a Partner at RBL Real Estate, where he pursued redevelopment opportunities in distressed and underperforming retail properties guided by proprietary predictive analytics, with a primary focus on outpatient medical offices and other health and wellness uses.
Louis began his career at Secured Capital and then worked for Colony Capital, where he was involved in making and managing investments in the US, Europe and Asia that included development properties, distressed assets and portfolios, and operating businesses with a strategic dependence on real estate.
Louis has a B. Patrick came to Bridge in with the charge to establish an Internal Audit Department. The Internal Audit department is responsible for auditing and opining on the design and operating effectiveness of processes, internal controls, and policies. Prior to joining Bridge, Isela worked at Brevan Howard in Investor Relations, managing corporate and public pension, endowment, foundation, private wealth, and investment consultant relationships.
Isela received her dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in International Relations and Spanish from Stanford University, graduating with honors distinctions. She is fluent in Spanish and has competed in Ironman, endurance cycling, and marathon competitions. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing market research and analytics across Bridge verticals.
He brings to Bridge depth of experience in the built environment professions and the social impact and impact investing fields. He has advised on strategic planning, infrastructure and capital projects planning, regional economic development, and measurement systems for impact and sustainability for government, private equity, and institutional clients in the United States, Europe, South Asia, and the Middle East.
In this role, she is responsible for financial reporting and accounting policy matters for Bridge Investment Group LLC. She was responsible for overseeing the execution of audits, along with focusing on technical accounting, real estate valuations, internal controls and SEC reporting. Katie received a Bachelor of Science with Special Attainment in Commerce with a double major in business administration and accounting and history from Washington and Lee University and is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Utah.
Her expertise has been influential in expanding the corporate treasury function for all Bridge strategies and related affiliates. Riley holds a M. Jones School of Business at Rice University. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley from to , Deepak operated Dorado Capital, a private debt placement company.
Debt originated during this time included whole loans, floating rate bridge and mezzanine loans, as well as Freddie Mac, FHA and Fannie Mae agency originations. Prior to joining Bridge in March , Krishna served as Director and Senior Director at Fannie Mae from where he was primarily responsible for the balance sheet hedging and market risk management, as well as supporting the funding and liquidity management activities.
Krishna earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business with honors and a concentration in analytical finance. Scott holds a B. Matthew A. Prior to joining Bridge in , Misong was a Vice President at Morgan Stanley where she worked from to and to Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Misong was an analyst at Nomura Asset Capital Corporation from to in the commercial mortgage securitization group.
Misong received her Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College. In addition, Patrick was responsible for coordinating the negotiating, underwriting and diligence process for each loan, as well as preparing and presenting detailed credit memos to the internal Credit Committee for loan approval. He has experience in real estate, securitization and financial services since Stephen worked at Morgan Stanley from to , most recently as a transaction manager in the Commercial Real Estate Lending group within the Fixed Income Division.
During his tenure at Morgan Stanley, Stephen worked closely with the securitization and underwriting teams as well as with outside counsel, with responsibilities including drafting term sheets, reviewing all legal loan documentation, negotiating with clients and managing all aspects of closing and risk management of first mortgage and mezzanine loans. Stephen received his Bachelor of Arts, from Fordham University. She was also responsible for actively managing and restructuring a portfolio of unsold loans from until She has experience in all aspects of due diligence relating to structuring and underwriting of loans targeted for securitization and has prepared market analysis and feasibility studies, valuations, and merger and acquisition due diligence.
Michael J. Michael has originated and serviced loans for all property types and a variety of investors including CMBS, life insurance companies, pension funds and the agencies. Kristina Cavin serves as Director of Human Resources. She is an accomplished HR professional with over 19 years of leadership and operational experience in the government, public and private sectors. Krissy is responsible for implementing human resource management strategies that enable Bridge Investment Group to recruit, train, and retain a high performing and motivated workforce.
Krissy specializes in compensation management, employee relations, employee benefits and manages the day to day operations of each area. She is passionate about creating an inclusive and diverse culture and helping others succeed. Through active membership in these organizations, she keeps current on human resources trends and issues. Krissy has presented at national conferences on topics such as compensation, succession planning and employee retention.
In addition to providing talent insights and developing the people of Bridge, the team is also responsible for employee engagement and recognition, performance reviews and ongoing feedback, talent reviews and career and succession planning, as well as internal communications like the company-wide All Hands meetings and the BridgeCast company podcast. Talent Branding is responsible for the BIG IDEA monthly newsletter, regular social media engagement, as well as many other internal and external brand building and engagement initiatives.
Zach has been helping individuals, teams and organizations perform at their best for over 20 years. From there, she worked with the number one manufacturer and distributor of silencers and suppressors. As the controller with Silencerco, she oversaw the full functions of accounting including payroll for employees.
At Bridge, Carolyn heads a team to process payroll for Bridge employees nationwide. Katrina serves as the Vice President of Talent Acquisitions at Bridge with experience recruiting skilled professionals since Before coming to Bridge in , she recruited physicians from around the world to work in New Zealand, Australian, Caribbean, and Middle Eastern hospitals. She has also recruited real estate professionals and worked with a nonprofit assisting unemployed, homeless, or disabled senior citizens obtain the necessary basic skills to reenter the workforce.
Previously, Tim ran the Revenue Management department for Bridge. Prior to his time with Bridge, Tim spawned Tailgate Sports from a studio apartment in Santa Monica, CA to a multi-facility, multi-million dollar retail business. Tailgate Sports was a retail pioneer in the early days of online sales. Tim holds a B. He has experience in asset management of multifamily real estate beginning in Prior to his role as Managing Director of Asset Management at Bridge, he served as an Asset Manager with the Wolff company where he supervised the operations of multifamily properties across 5 states.
His responsibilities included cash management, monitoring the progress of the business plan, quarterly valuations, and recommending distributions. Prior to Wolff, he served as Regional Vice President for ConAm Management, where he was responsible for the oversight of the Las Vegas Region, a portfolio ranging between 8,—10, units comprising approximately 30 multifamily communities. Previous to ConAM, Alan was a Regional and District Manager with Camden Property Trust, where he was responsible for oversight of operations for a portfolio of 27 properties with over 6, units.
Alan developed and implemented strategic objectives to maximize property performance and shareholders value throughout his career. He has experience in acquisitions, dispositions and asset management of real estate assets beginning in Rick joined Bridge in Prior to his role as Managing Director of Dispositions at Bridge, Rick served as a Portfolio Manager, where he was responsible for overseeing numerous multifamily properties across 4 states including major rehabilitation projects, and as a Director of Acquisitions and Dispositions, where he underwrote and analyzed numerous multifamily and office building acquisition opportunities.
Prior to joining Bridge, Rick served as Vice-President for Cal America Savings where he led the commercial loan resolution group responsible for the restructuring and work-out of their non-performing loan portfolio. As Director of Operations, Dylan helps Bridge Property Mangement onboard thousands of units through management, while enacting policies and procedures in to help Bridge scale in size. Dylan, who has over 20 years of experience in property management, started his property management career with REIT Archstone in the late s, working onsite at local properties owned in Salt Lake City.
In the early s, he was offered a managing job with Wasatch Property Management, where he spent the next four years managing their largest property in Utah while overseeing a complete interior and exterior renovation.
In , he moved into the Bridge Corporate office to handle special projects for the company, mainly supporting systems and auditing properties, including the successful roll out of new websites, resident portals, and payment portals at all properties. Holden has been with Bridge for seven years and during that time has been primarily involved with multifamily acquisitions, asset management, and dispositions.
His responsibilities include sourcing new transactions, underwriting, contract negotiations, structuring financing, due diligence, and general transaction oversight. During that time, he originated and managed construction and bridge financing on more than 50 projects distributed across 16 states.
John is also responsible for the asset management of more than 9, units in 26 assets across four states. Parker has been directly involved with multifamily acquisitions, asset management, and dispositions. His responsibilities include originating new transactions, structuring financing, underwriting, due diligence, and closing.
Concurrent with acquisitions, Parker is responsible for asset management and dispositions. Her specialty lies in turning around troubled assets and building successful teams. Rachel combines a data-driven approach with operational experience to drive exceptional results. Cynthia Hernandez Adams serves as Vice President of Bridge Property Management, bringing over 30 years of multifamily property management experience to the team.
As Vice President of Operations, she managed all departments including operations, HR, accounting, acquisitions, dispositions and construction. Cynthia began her career as a leasing agent working Trammell Crow Residential and Gables Residential, quickly rising through the ranks. She has been instrumental in dispositions, acquisitions and value-add improvements. Heather Hattaway serves as Vice President of Special Projects for Bridge Property Management, bringing over two decades of experience in property management to the team.
Over the span of her career, Heather has developed a passion for identifying opportunities to improve outcomes by implementing systems and processes which improve both the resident, onsite team, and corporate experiences. In her role, Heather works closely with properties by assisting the onsite teams to improve occupancy and streamline their current processes and procedures. She looks for new ways to build cohesiveness within the Bridge team, and encourages all team members to have the same goal in mind.
Jennifer joined Bridge Property Management in February as a Portfolio Manager for the Colorado portfolio, where she was responsible for all aspects of property management including personnel, budgeting, revenue growth, expense control, administration, occupancy control, and resident relations. She was promoted to Vice President in January , and now oversees both Bridge-owned communities and third-party partnerships. Jennifer works closely with her Regional Manager team and onsite teams to ensure that they are successful in executing the business plan.
He has over 35 years of multifamily property management, business development, asset management, and accounting experience. As Vice President and Director of Business Development, Tom oversees the Bridge teams and third-party assets located in Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma, and is responsible for generating the growth of third-party multifamily clients and assets throughout the United States for the Bridge Property Management portfolio.
Brian has extensive experience in commercial office real estate operations, development, finance, acquisitions and dispositions. At Hines, Brian was responsible for all aspects of financial management, reporting, and internal controls for the Southeast region. This included over 12 million square feet of assets under management including office, retail, multi-family, and mixed-use projects in various stages of development or operations.
In addition to overseeing the accounting and finance functions at Hines, Brian partnered with senior leadership and provided support in acquisition due diligence, underwriting, and debt financing. Brian received his B.
He has extensive experience in commercial office real estate operations, asset management, landlord leasing, development, and construction. Mark was also responsible for the operational and asset management of over 6. Mark has a proven track record of success in the repositioning and stabilization of assets while meeting or exceeding investor financial goals. Mark received his B. Lawrence University. From January through September , Steve was an equity partner at two smaller regional law firms, where his practice focused solely on commercial real estate.
Prior to this time, Steve was an associate at the law firms of Mahoney Adams, then one of the oldest law firms in the State of Florida, and McGuire Woods, a large national law firm, where he focused on both litigation and commercial real estate. Steve graduated from the University of Central Florida in with a degree in Business Administration.
After serving 7 years in the Army and obtaining the rank of Captain, Steve attended law school at the University of Florida where he obtained his juris doctorate in With industry experience across a variety of property types since , Brian is highly adept in investor relations management, as well as lending and equity financing.
In this role, he was responsible for originating and underwriting investment opportunities. Through a hybrid strategy of value-add, opportunistic debt and equity transactions throughout the U. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar.
Kevin Lott serves as Managing Director of National Leasing at Bridge Commercial Real Estate, where he provides leadership and executive oversight for the leasing of more than 14 million square feet of office space. Kevin oversees the procurement process of third-party leasing partners and the management of approximately 30 office leasing teams.
Playing a key role in the development and implementation of marketing plans and budgets for Bridge properties, Kevin and his team are responsible for rebranding and repositioning, budget development, and guidance of brand design. He also is responsible for monitoring local market indicators, analyzing current and future tenant needs, and creating strategies and tactics to meet the evolving requirements of office space users. Kevin provides negotiation leadership on significant lease transactions, providing direct interaction with existing tenants as well as companies seeking office space in a Bridge asset.
These interpersonal relationships with decision makers and leaders in the office brokerage industry are critical in a business that is built on mutual trust. A proven problem-solver and leader, Tina is highly experienced in asset management, leasing, capital markets and portfolio management. She hired and directed asset management analysts, brokers, property managers, administrative staff and engineers to implement marketing and management strategies, and she successfully completed more than lease transactions over a four-year period.
Tina also served as Vice President of Asset Management for Columbia Property Trust, where she directed the financial performance of 20 assets totaling more than seven million square feet in major U. Tina significantly enhanced the value of real estate assets while maintaining an average occupancy rate of 95 percent.
During her time as Investment Officer at Wells Real Estate Funds, Tina completed more than , square feet of new and renewed leases, helped with a strategic portfolio disposition totaling 1. Greg Walters serves as Senior Director of Engineering at Bridge Commercial Real Estate, where he provides leadership, guidance, and oversight for the engineering department on more than 14 million square feet of office space.
Brenden has been involved in the management of commercial office real estate since , following seven years in the multifamily and retail sectors. He has extensive experience in executing transformative capital improvement projects as part of managing a variety of asset classes. Brenden joined Bridge in October from Cousins Properties, where he was responsible for a 1.
Brenden earned a B. Over the last six years with Bridge, David has been involved with commercial office and multifamily acquisitions, asset management, fund analytics, and capital raising support. His responsibilities include originating new transactions, structuring transactions with joint venture sponsors, financing, underwriting, due diligence, and closing. Concurrent with acquisitions, David is responsible for asset management of over 5.
Jennifer has over 18 years of experience in commercial real estate management and currently manages 2. Julie Moyers serves as Director of Property Accounting at Bridge Commercial Real Estate, where she provides leadership and executive oversight for the property accounting processing and reporting for more than 14 million square feet of office space.
Julie manages a member team and oversees the reporting and analysis of monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements. She manages and maintains funds by forecasting cash requirements, obligations and directs payment processing. At Bridge, Julie has improved accuracy and quality of all reporting as well as productivity by streamlining processes. She has also developed policies and procedures to ensure and maintain internal controls.
She supports the preparation of all property budgets and forecasts. Julie recently led the implementation of software automation for common area maintenance reconciliations. As a manager, Julie develops leadership and management skills and mentors all levels of her staff. Prior to joining Bridge in , Julie worked at Hines, responsible for the accounting operations of a large commercial office portfolio in Atlanta.
She enjoys playing tennis, paddle boarding and snow skiing. She also loves to read and volunteer in her community. She was also responsible for the quarterly valuations on 4. Kelly began her career in public accounting where she spent four years in the real estate group at Deloitte, providing tax consulting and compliance services to large publicly traded REITs as well as private investors and developers. In his role, Todd provides operational and financial leadership to the property management teams throughout the portfolio.
A seasoned commercial real estate executive, he also assists with the development of strategic priorities and objectives for the property management team. Prior to joining Bridge Commercial Real Estate in , Todd was Director of National Property Management for Columbia Property Trust, and Vice President and General Manager, Atlanta, for Wells Real Estate where he led various aspects of property management from corporate implementations to communications, supply chain initiatives, vendor relationships and asset management support.
In , Todd founded IssaMAX, a real estate development company with a focus on mixed use developments. He received his B. In his role, Tom oversees the Bridge flex office initiative across the office portfolio. Prior to this role, Tom oversaw operational functions of over 16 properties, consisting of 5. Prior to joining Bridge, Tom spent 14 years with Hines, overseeing property management, construction and leasing initiatives at office and retail properties in the Southeast U.
Prior to Hines, Tom served seven years as an infantry officer in the United States Army, holding several leadership positions at various foreign and domestic locations. He has overseen development and construction of over six million square feet of space in private and publicly owned facilities. Prior to joining Bridge, David advised a Fortune 50 real estate investment firm on international real estate development projects, and he worked with multifamily private equity funds and development firms to identify, assess and negotiate land acquisition opportunities for development of multifamily, independent living, and student housing projects.
Todd Castagna serves as Managing Director of Acquisitions for Bridge Development Manager LLC, and is in charge of sourcing and underwriting both direct and joint venture development opportunities throughout the United States.
Prior to joining the Bridge team, Todd was Vice President of Acquisitions at Peak Capital Partners where he oversaw the acquisition and performance of multifamily assets in various markets throughout the country. Brian K. Brian joined Bridge from Clarion Partners in Los Angeles where he focused on core, value-add, and development office assets primarily within the Western United States.
Nicholas joined Bridge from Clarion Partners in Los Angeles where he was focused on core, value-add, and development acquisitions across all property types within the Western United States. During her tenure, the portfolio grew from 12 owned assets to 40 owned and 21 operated senior residences. Caryl was Regional Vice President of Operations at Sunrise from , developing effective senior and front-line leaders and aligning teams across the portfolio to improve standards of care.
A senior operations executive in the senior care industry, Caryl also held the positions of Vice President of Operations, Area Manager of Operations and Executive Director at Sunrise, where she worked for 13 years. Prior to Sunrise, Caryl served in hospital administration and community services for 12 years. He was responsible for managing all accounting functions for the firms seven operating companies and affiliated franchisor.
Matt worked previously as a tax accountant for a regional accounting firm. He holds bachelor degrees in accounting and finance from Florida State University. She is a member of the Florida Bar Association. Before joining Northbridge, Stephen was a senior investment analyst with Nordblom Company where he worked on acquisitions, development, asset management, and capitalizations for office, multifamily, senior housing, and retail asset classes.
Prior to Nordblom, he was an analyst with a national multifamily brokerage company. Angela is responsible for directly overseeing a portfolio of Bridge Seniors communities and working with various management partners to drive operational results. Angela has over 20 years of leadership experience within the seniors housing industry. Prior to joining Bridge, she served as District Director of Operations for Brookdale from and during her 8 years with Sunrise Seniors Living, she held several Regional executive positions.
Bill is a licensed real estate broker in the state of Florida and has received the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation. Jacob is responsible for analyzing investment opportunities and preparing investment overviews for review by the investment team.
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As a year-old student, he fell in love with the intricacies of wine and food and dove head first into the wine industry. In , he joined the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone as an adjunct professor. Today, the Napa Valley resident is a full-time member of the Institute, charged with developing its Accelerated Wine and Beverage Program. From the beginning, it was a Bordeaux-style blend— primarily Cabernet Sauvignon, with small amounts of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Malbec added for balance.
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Black cod, wild mushrooms, watercress, and elderberry from Elements at Sanctuary Camelback Mountain in Arizona. Counterclockwise from above center: the dining room at Elements at Sanctuary Camelback Mountain; Chef Beau MacMillan; ahi tuna poke; ham and jam sliders. Casual visitors to Napa may be baffled by the Persian-inspired architecture of the Darioush winery—until they remember that wine is said to have originated in the ancient Iranian city of Shiraz.
The Khaledis are known throughout the valley for their warmth and gracious hospitality. They have a worthy partner in Beau MacMillan, executive chef at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain and its signature restaurant, Elements. At Elements, MacMillan focuses on sustainable seafood and hormone-free meat to create Asian-influenced dishes such as duck confit moo shu, carrot and millet pot stickers, and hoisin-braised short ribs. Robin Baggett had been a varsity baseball player and successful attorney when he met his future wife, Michelle, in the late s.
The couple moved to San Luis Obispo and became grape growers. In , they migrated to Napa and founded Alpha Omega Winery, producing a series of stunning Cabernets from vineyards such as Stagecoach and To Kalon. A child of the Sixties, Chef Jonathan Waxman is also no stranger to reinvention. After graduating from college, he played trombone with casino bands and toured with a rock group before trading the life of a musician for that of a rock-star chef.
He attended cooking school in Paris, became chef of Chez Panisse in Berkeley, and opened a series of restaurants that fused European and California culinary techniques. He is currently the proprietor of the highly acclaimed Barbuto in Manhattan, along with three other restaurants in Atlanta and Nashville.
That plan came in handy when a fire destroyed the historic winery in Along with his wife, Kary, he has been deeply involved in charity work both in Naples and California. Complementing him in the kitchen will be Chef Joseph Lenn. In an area filled with exciting chefs, Lenn stands out for his respect for tradition and evocative use of local ingredients. A former attorney who has argued cases before the U.
She is just as passionate about philanthropy as she is about wine, co-founding the Sonoma Paradiso Wine Auction and serving as a board member for Sonoma Academy. The result is a wine that is concentrated and seamless, hard to acquire but easy to enjoy. Five years later, she launched Boulevard with Pat Kuleto.
At Boulevard, she creates a wide range of French-influenced dishes using the freshest local ingredients and sets a refined standard for new American cuisine. Clockwise from above: Boulevard in San Francisco; Chef Nancy Oakes; Berkshire prime rib pork chop with gigante beans and hen-of-the-woods mushrooms at Boulevard.
When Beth. Kiffin also owns Zacatecas in Albuquerque, a celebration of traditional Mexican food and spirits. He is a firm believer in giving back to the communities in which he lives and works and is deeply involved in local charities. Jean-Emmanuel Danjoy has played a vital role in winemaking on both sides of the Atlantic. One of the properties ranked in the Bordeaux Classification, Clerc Milon deteriorated in the following century—until Baron Philippe de Rothschild purchased the estate in , determined to restore it to its former glory.
Her impeccable presentation of rustic dishes made the restaurant an immediate success. Silverton follows the golden rule of classic Italian cooking: Source the finest available raw materials and prepare them as simply as possible to allow their quality to shine through. Clockwise from left: mozzarella in panna with cherry tomatoes at Osteria Mozza; Chef Nancy Silverton; summer panzanella with market tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese, and yogurt. The history of Argentine wine is written in the legacy of the Catena family.
Laura Catena—who is also a mother and a practicing emergency room physician—is the fourth-generation director of Bodega Catena Zapata. Doug Shafer has worked alongside his father, John, since , elevating Shafer Vineyards to the top tier of Napa producers. At Kinship, Chef Ziebold has earned a Michelin star for his creative reinterpretation of American cuisine.
His wideranging interest in native ingredients is reflected in. Ziebold is active in fundraising causes and has served as an adviser to the State Department for culinary exchange programs. Clockwise from above: Pam and George Hamel Jr. At the other end of the generational spectrum are Pam and George Hamel Jr.
Today, the Hamels produce a range of Cabernet, Zinfandel, and field blends from carefully tended estate vineyards in Sonoma Valley. Their sons, John and George, work with them as managing directors of the estate, thus creating the beginning of their own family legacy. Chef Gary Danko helped bring California cuisine to stardom. He has won widespread praise for his ability to infuse American coastal ingredients with French and Mediterranean influences with a remarkable lightness of touch.
Vintners: Pam and George Hamel Jr. Eden, and Quella have set a breathtaking standard for power, elegance, and complexity. Along with Bond winemaker Cory Empting, she will host this exploration into the very best California has to offer.
Great Cabernet deserves great steak, and few chefs are more qualified to deliver it than John Tesar. When he and his wife, Valerie Boyd, traveled to California in the early s, they fell in love with the wine lifestyle. Their passion and their commitment to creating a world-class Cabernet estate eventually morphed into Gargiulo Vineyards. Today, she maintains the legacy of Haut-Bailly and infuses the estate with the warmth and personality of a family business.
Nestled in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps, the Schloss Elmau resort was founded more than a century ago as an oasis of free thought and personal development. They bring their delicate treatment of produce, wild game, and river and ocean fish to Naples for the enjoyment of festival guests. Cliff Lede and Alexander Van Beek might seem like an odd couple, but they have a great deal in common: Both are visionaries who are the proprietors of wine estates outside their native countries.
Both men are devoted to Cabernet and intrigued by the process of blending it with other red wine varieties to form a harmonious whole. She honed her skills during a stint in Jakarta, where she headed the kitchen at the Intercontinental Hotel. In , she opened Atelier Crenn, a deeply personal project with just eight tables and 22 seats, where she offers constantly changing multicourse menus based on the flavors of the season.
Like many couples, Shari and Garen Staglin dreamed of someday owning a winery in Napa. They realized that dream in with the purchase of a Rutherford Bench tract once owned by Beaulieu Vineyards. From the beginning, their philosophy has been simple: family ownership, commitment to quality, and a personal approach to creating memorable experiences for their guests.
They are deeply involved in philanthropy and donate all profits from their Salus label to mental health research. Along with his wife, Amy Knoll Fraser, he has opened a succession of immensely popular restaurants in Los Angeles. Redbird is his flagship, located in the former rectory of the Vibiana building a cathedral turned performance. Thanks to his efforts, consumers around the world realize that Italy can be a source of outstanding Cabernet, Merlot, and Syrah as well as Sangiovese and Nebbiolo.
The Antinori empire encompasses eight wine estates in Italy, along with Antica Napa Valley and numerous joint ventures around the globe. The inheritor of a legacy stretching back 26 generations to , Antinori is passing the torch to his three daughters to take the company forward. After training in top restaurants in France and Italy, Chef Brunel earned his first Michelin star at the age of At BSJ, as its devotees call it, he takes advantage of a spectacular view across the Arno to the Ponte Vecchio, providing a charming and unforgettable experience.
Brunel is an expert at using the best of local produce, seafood, wild game, and beef as the starting point for an inventive cuisine that builds on the past and provides a refreshing, nurturing springboard for the future. Alejandro Bulgheroni got his start in Uruguay, branched out to Argentina, and purchased wineries in Italy, France, and Australia before coming to California. His estate in Napa is part of a historic property dating back to Working from select vineyards in Oakville, Rutherford, and St.
Helena, he produces small amounts of exceptional Cabernet for mailing-list customers. Elisabetta Gnudi began her professional life as a film director. Her approach to both Chianti and Brunello is as traditional as the estates themselves, based in the nobility of the land and the centuries of wisdom that preceded her. Chef Evan Funke also has a deep connection to the traditions of Italy.
After spending six years cooking with Wolfgang Puck at Spago in Beverly Hills, he made a pilgrimage to Bologna and apprenticed with Alessandra Spisni at La Vecchia Scuola Bolognese, learning the time-honored art of making pasta by hand.
Back in the States, he opened Felix in Venice, California in homage to the rustic cooking of his second home. The winery has grown to produce award-winning Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from six different vineyard estates. Craggy Range was established as a family legacy with a 1,year trust, so the winery can never be sold. They produce only single-vineyard estate wines from the finest sites, specializing in Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and red Bordeaux varieties.
Like Craggy Range, Joseph Phelps Vineyards is a family-owned and operated wine estate—and one that needs little introduction. Family and community also play a large part in the lives of husband and wife team Linton and Gina Hopkins.
Restaurant Eugene is the flagship of their multi-unit empire, a place where labor-intensive techniques enhance the traditions of Southern cooking. And speaking of family legacies, their son Linton Jr. Helena; Will Phelps and Elizabeth Neuman. Farming organically from estate vineyards, the couple uses a judicious amount of new oak to create wines that are vibrant, exciting, and food-friendly above all.
For 25 years, the Bartolotta brothers have been providing the Milwaukee area with the very best in both fine and casual dining. Their dozen restaurants range from a pizzeria and deluxe barbecue joint to sumptuous rooms offering the best in steak house fare and elegant Italian dishes.
Since leaving the medical field to enter the. After more than 35 years spent in the Marine Corps and as a business executive at Smith Barney, he turned his focus outward. He and his wife, Ann, started their winery in Napa Valley in the s, an endeavor that today raises more than a million dollars annually for various charitable causes including pediatric AIDS and cancer and abused children.
During winery tours and at speaking engagements, Dick takes the opportunity to share his stories and try to inspire people to actively participate in decreasing the suffering of people around the world. Randy Lewis Lewis Cellars Napa Valley, CA A professional race-car driver for more than two decades, Randy Lewis fell in love with the local wines and lifestyles he encountered while traveling the world. Upon returning to the United States and completing his final IndyCar in , he and his wife, Debbie, decided to establish a small family winery in Napa Valley.
The Lewis family is hands-on in every aspect of vineyard management, winemaking, sales, and distribution. He began his professional career in the trenches, working as a winemaker at San Pasqual Vineyards in Southern California. From there, he held roles in research and development, analyzing wines and spirits for Heublein Inc.
An active member of many boards and organizations, Pearson recently served as honorary director of the Grapes for Humanity Foundation, whose mission is to support global humanitarian efforts including disaster recovery. And it does not matter today, as Ana launches a career as a math teacher.
One more thing: She has already been accepted to Cornell University. Growing up in a migrant farm-working family, Maria helped out in the tomato fields, which sparked a desire in her to advocate for the rights and humane treatment of farmworkers. Maria plans to pursue a degree in economics and political science, with her sights set on Columbia Law School and an eventual career in law and advocacy.
That is the vision one Lely Elementary fifth-grader has for his future. With his new specs, Cirilo soon improved his reading and now often earns percent scores on difficult tests. His genuine interest and passion is an inspiration to his peers. Thanks to a pair of glasses, a great future is in view for Cirilo—from fifth grade to Mars…and beyond! Laurencia filled her bags with groceries, while her 3-year-old daughter, Victoria, looked on. SAUL, 6 A petite boy with a head full of curls and large brown eyes, Saul was referred to Catholic Charities by his pediatrician, who noted that he had behavioral difficulties rooted in anxiety that had caused him to be expelled from kindergarten.
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Anyone who drove by would be enthralled by such a sight. Trees illuminated with candles and adorned with flowers were placed atop the tables with gorgeous yellow and orange sunflower centerpieces and premium table runners. Guests enjoyed salt-crusted salmon paired with two Twomey Pinot Noir selections, Wagyu ribeye dome with Silver Oak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, and whole lamb on an Argentine cross paired with a variety of California wines.
Dessert was dome-hung pineapples with ice cream and quince marmalade. Upon arrival, everyone was handed a shot of peach moonshine from a mason jar, starting things off with a bang. With a Plexiglas stage set atop the swimming pool, guests were seated at surrounding tables.
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