Tony Markward Biography
Tony Markward is an American co-owner of Silas Wines in Oregon and widely known as the husband of Kim Ng. Kim is an American executive in Major League Baseball and currently the general manager of the Miami Marlins and the highest-ranking female baseball executive.
Kim is the first woman to serve as general manager of a team in the Big Four leagues in North America as well as the first person of East Asian descent to serve as general manager of an MLB team.
Tony Markward Age
Markward’s age is not available, details about his date of birth, and birthday are publicly not available.
Tony Markward Net Worth
Markward has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Tony Markward Height and Weight
Markward stands tall at an average height and has a moderate body weight.
Tony Markward Parents
Markward’s parents are not available, it is also not known if he has any siblings. we are keeping tabs and will update these details once it is out.
Tony Markward Wife
Markward is married to her wife Kim Ng, who is currently the general manager of the Miami Marlins and the highest-ranking female baseball executive.
Tony Markward Silas Wines
Markward, a co-founder of Silas Wines alongside Todd and Frank, in the year 2005 lawyer Todd and software guru Frank went to Calliope Vineyard to pick some grapes, they ended up buying altitude micro-farm—3 acres of vines planted in the year 1985 in the primeval foothills of Mt. Hood. They named their hobby wine label (Silas, meaning (Man of the Woods), for the classic Oregon forest that surrounded the vineyard.
While in China Todd met then La Mujer de Hierro, Baseball Executive Kim, wife of Markward. This led to the partnership, Markward, and Alex Clark deal with winemaking, curate fruit from family farms, as well as blend the wines for each vintage, Todd Sigaty is involved with marketing.
Markward was first introduced to wine by his great grandfather, a grocer in Dubuque, Iowa who made wine from whatever would ferment in his garden. Dandelions, fruit from an unruly as well as a varied orchard, and four rows of concord grapes all got a chance.
Markward introduced himself to wine with sips of some of these homegrown and not particularly pleasant beverages. Prior to joining the winery, Markward worked as a public policy consultant and then as a television editor.
Markward later joined a food and beverage company where he invested in a coffee company, prepped part-time in a restaurant kitchen, as well as talked and drank wine with friends, family, and wine professionals in their living rooms, shops, vineyards, kitchens, and cellars.