Bern C. Ramey had a long career in many aspects of the wine field including those of winemaker, merchandising specialist,
author, lecturer, educator, and sales executive. A graduate of the UC Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology, Ramey worked
for "21" Brands and Paul Masson Vineyards. He also composed the music and authored the lyrics to the Cal Aggie Fight Song.
His papers contain biographical materials, writings, photographs, audiovisual materials, memorabilia, and subject files relating
to the Lonz Winery, the 3 Islands Madeira wine, and his champagne winery venture.
Bern C. Ramey (1919-2003) had a long career in many aspects of the wine field including those of winemaker, merchandising
specialist, author, lecturer, educator, and sales executive. Born in Toledo, Ohio, Ramey graduated from Ohio State University.
When he joined the U.S. Army in 1941, he was on the music staff and was executive officer of the Armed Forces Radio Service
radio shows produced in Los Angeles and distributed to Army installations worldwide.
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