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King Estate leader grows with winery
Craig Reed/For the Capital Press
King Estate leader grows with winery
Brent Stone’s responsibilities increased earlier this year when he was promoted to the new role of chief operating officer. He will continue as the winemaker but will also be in charge of the day-to-day winery operations.

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