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Callow to Lead Wisconsin Winery Association
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 04/07/2014

The Wisconsin Winery Association has a new leader. Joe Callow of Forgotten Fire Winery in Marinette has been elected as president of the group during its annual meeting.

WWA member wineries selected Callow after he had served as one of the five Regional Directors for the organization. He replaces Jon Hamilton, who had served as president for several terms.

After growing up in Menominee, Michigan, Joe received his B.S. in Pre-Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. All of those biology and chemistry studies are now being put to work in the production of wine at Forgotten Fire Winery.

Opening their business in October of 2011, Joe and his wife Lindsay have produced award-winning wines made from Door County apples, Sister Bay cherries and Nekoosa cranberries as well as using Midwestern grapes in creative styles and blends.

Under his leadership at the WWA, Callow has helped initiated Quality Control Workshops where wineries gather, with a professional consultant, and discuss the characteristics of their wines.

The Wisconsin Winery Association represents 70 active and associate members.


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