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Wine Industry Lending
A solid financial resource for your wine business.
Bank of Marin is a strong and trusted community bank, based in Marin County, with branches in Marin, Sonoma, Napa, San Francisco and Alameda counties. Our experienced local lenders are a knowledgeable resource and provide flexible financing solutions for businesses in the wine industry. Our goal is to provide exceptional service, quick turnaround and ongoing guidance for our customers’ financial needs. Simply put, we care about our customers’ success.
As a local, independent bank, we offer an array of financial products customized for the wine industry. Backed by the personal attention and responsiveness of a community bank, our lenders can tailor loan packages to fit your specific needs.
- Receivables & inventory financing
- Equipment financing
- Barrel purchases
- Working capital lines of credit
- Facility expansion and upgrades
- Commercial real estate loans for purchase or refinance
- Winery construction loans
- Business acquisition
- Business recapitalizations
Contact one of our wine industry specialists for more information about the right financing solution for your wine-related business.
Ruth Edwards, Napa Commercial Banking Regional Manager
Ian MacNeil, Santa Rosa Business Development Officer
A complete range of cash management products.
With our commercial banking expertise, we can help your business grow and prosper.
Checking Accounts and Business Online Banking
Cash Sweep Accounts
|Barrel Financing, $500,000: Purchase of oak barrels for a premium winery.|
|Commercial Real Estate Loan, $1.8 million: Construction of a new wine tasting room for a premium wine producer.|
|A/R Line of Credit, $200,000: Line of credit for a vineyard management company to carry receivables.|
|Barrel Lease Facility, $500,000: Multi-year facility for barrel purchases.|
|Commercial Real Estate Loan, $1.3 million: Refinance of a new winery building and equipment for a premium wine producer.|
|A/R & Inventory Line of Credit, $6 million: Working capital facility with sub-facility for international documentary collections.|
Russell A. Colombo, President
Bank of Marin held its 2014 Annual Shareholders Meeting on Thursday, May 14, at the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael.