Marisa Sergi wanted to continue her families legacy through the thing they were most passionate about: wine. The company, which was started by her father Frank in the late ’90s, ties together their Italian roots and their love for sharing.
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Recently, one of RedHead Wine founder and CEO Marisa Sergi’s dreams literally came true. She and her fiancé, Evan Schumann, recently took ownership of L’uva Bella Winery. The winery has been in Sergi’s family for 16 years, and now she is serving as the winery’s CCO, and Schumann is president and CEO. Read more
By: Brooke German
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POLAND TOWNSHIP, Ohio – L’uva Bella Winery has a new owner, but the business is staying in the family. S’quared Holdings recently closed on the purchase of the wine products company. The investment fund is jointly owned by Marisa Sergi, CEO and winemaker of RedHead Brands, and Evan Schumann, an entrepreneur and fifth-generation whose family owns Bedford-based metal refinery I. Schumann & Co. Sergi’s father, Frank, started L’uva Bella 15 years ago.
Is it possible that the mere mention of free hot wings could alter one’s destiny? For Marisa Sergi, the answer to that question was a resounding “Yes.”
As a student at Cornell University studying enology and viticulture, Sergi had been developing a unique wine blend as her capstone project for graduation, but never imagined it would turn into a full-blown business. That all changed when Sergi got an email about a student entrepreneur organization’s meeting offering free hot wings. Read more