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Proletariat Team



Sean Boyd

Head Winemaker

Sean just loves making wine! He is a family man who enjoys fun, play time with friends and family, walks on the beach, any sport you can bet on, cocktails and fine wine. He lives in Walla Walla with his wife, 3 kids and 2 dogs.

Elizabeth Baggerly

Founding Partner

Elizabeth spent 30 years in the technology sector, but fulfilled her passion for wine when she launched Proletariat with her husband and business partners in 2011. She manages all the back office duties for the business, and is the General Manager of the Garden City, Idaho winery and tasting room. She has two grown children, and lives in Idaho with her husband, Tracy, and their 3 dogs.

Scott Thompson

Founding Partner

Scott is an entrepeneur who has been involved in several industries, but the wine business has been the most fun yet! In his spare time, he can be found fishing on the river in his home town of Eagle, Idaho, where he lives with his wife, Tina, and his two children.

Tracy Baggerly, Founding PartnerTracy Baggerly

Founding Partner

Tracy started his career in the sales and financial industries, but became a follower of wine life after falling in love with Walla Walla, Washington in the early 2000s.  He enjoys promoting the wine all over the Northwest! He lives in Horseshoe Bend, Idaho with his wife, Elizabeth, and their 3 dogs.

Kevin Masterman, WinemakerKevin Masterman


Kevin grew up in Mr. Vernon, WA, moved to Seattle to pursue a career in photography. After volunteering at a food and wine conference highlighting Washington wines, he switched gears and moved to Walla Walla and entered the Enology and Viticulture program at Walla Walla Community College. After graduation and a wine sabbatical in Australia, he joined Proletariat in 2015. In addition to making wine for Proletariat, he also has his own boutique label, House of Bones.

Jesse Corvino, WinemakerJesse Corvino


Jesse was born and raised in Walla Walla, Washington. He went to Western Washington University in Bellingham where he studied English and Spanish literature. After almost ten years working in Latin America in volunteerism, public health, and education, he returned to his hometown and started his career in wine. He joined Proletariat Wine Company in 2019. When he’s not at work, you’ll find him fishing, snowboarding and mountain biking.


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