Doug and Debe’ Brazil
Doug is our General Manager and Winemaker. He is a recently retired Naval Officer/Helicopter Pilot whose last position was Commanding Officer of Navy Recruiting District Seattle. His extensive travels throughout the world have allowed him to frequent wineries both internationally and locally and develop a competitive edge to ensure our success.
For Doug Brazil, being winemaker for Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery is a dream come true. His meticulous attention to detail and obsession with quality comes from a place of respect for the legacy of winemaking. As a result, Doug spends his days in the cellar using his senses as his barometer for winemaking decisions, always striving to make wines that ultimately represent our Ultra-Premium Winery.
Debe’ has over 12 years of marketing experience and is in charge of sales and marketing. She grew up in Montreal, Canada. Faire Le Pont is a term that her family used to use when a holiday fell mid-week and they wanted to extend their holiday. She loves tennis, biking and running and wine. Her background as a national sales and marketing manager has been a great asset for the winery
Kimberly has played an instrumental role in the development of the winery since the beginning. Whether it is doing accounting, books, or pouring in the tasting room she enjoys being active partner in the business. She met Doug & Debe’ at a neighborhood Christmas party in 2000, which was the start of Chateau Faire le Pont Winery. She enjoys traveling, volunteering and visiting her children and granddaughter.
Matthew and Regan Moir
Matthew and Regan live and work in Kodiak Alaska along with their two children, Madison and Morgan. Matthew is General Manager for North Pacific Seafoods and is an active leader and advocate for the Alaska Seafood Industry. Regan is a Dental Hygienist and also enjoys being busy with the many activities that their children participate in. The Moir's love a good Alaskan adventure as much as a glass of their favorite wine from CFLP
Grew up in the San Juan Islands and attended the University of Washington. He’s been involved in Alaska commercial fisheries for over 30 years. He owns and operates the F/V Alaskan. A resident of Kodiak, Alaska. He is active with numerous academic and policy boards regarding fisheries in Alaska. He is currently a member of the Advisory Committee for the University of Alaska School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, a past board member and past chair of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute. He has also been an Advisor to the US delegation of the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission, as well as a Policy council member and chair of UAF Fisheries Industrial Technologies Center.
"While marketing Alaska seafood both internationally and domestically, he came to appreciate the natural fit between healthy, sustainable seafood and fine Washington wine."