Meet our Employees
Wine Club Manager
We would like to congratulate and introduce our new Wine Club Manager, Arielle Moule. If you have visited the tasting room, you probably have already met Arielle’s bright smile behind the tasting bar. She has been a valuable member of our team since August and ready to help make the Brian Carter Wine Club something special for all of our members. If you have any questions, Arielle can be reached at the tasting room or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is your favorite part about your job?
I truly love how many new people I meet every day. It’s a fantastic Tasting Room right in the heart of Woodinville Wine Country, so there are always customers coming and going. It’s great to hear stories, find out where people have traveled from, and get to know new faces, as well as see the Club members too. What better way to meet new people than over a wine tasting?
What attracted you to work for Brian Carter Cellars?
I have been a fan of Brian Carter Cellars wines for years and was thrilled to learn that there was a position available. The staff here is like a family, and such a fun environment to be in, I couldn't think of a better way to be involved.
What is your favorite Brian Carter Wine?
That's like picking a child! I think my go-to favorite is Corrida. I love the earthy quality, with lots of dusty, dry gravel notes mixed with perfect spice and dark fruit.it Reminds me of the mountain paths of Northern Spain, and it’s a perfect glass on a chilly Autumn evening.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
I love to garden. I’m always trying to pawn off extra veggies to the Brian Carter staff, I also love to cook and make pickles. I also love to read about history and travel and collect books from around the world.
What would people be surprised to know about you?
I’m pretty quiet and shy most of the time. There's something about my passion for this wine that brings out this other side of me! It’s nice to tap into that, especially working with such other enthusiastic people.
Tell us a little bit about your family?
I grew up outside of Philadelphia, PA. I’m an only child, and my mother is a Dean at a Girl’s School in New Jersey. She and I are very close. We can trace our family tree back to 1258 AD in England, and we love to collect old family records. I moved out to Washington seven years ago to pursue the world of wine. I have two cats, Nyla and Pooh, and live in Mill Creek.