February #WinePW Features Women Owned Wineries, Women Who Make Wine

photo of Breathless Sparkling Wine by Gina Shay #WineStudio

Cheers to Women Owned Wineries and Women Who Make Wine!

This February 10, here on Wine Predator, I’m hosting the Wine Pairing Weekend crew as we showcase some of our sweethearts who are women who own wineries or make wine — and food that pairs well with these wines. 

In last month’s invite post, we featured Amy Bess Cook’s project, #WOWSonoma a website that promotes women owned wineries, and Sue and I discussed the career and the wines of Sandra Oldfield, recently retired winemaker and co-owner of Tinhorn Creek in British Columbia Canada. 

Why now?

This month Amy Bess Cook and her project are taking part in #WineStudio which meets Tuesday nights at 6pm PST. The other night, Amy Bess said on Twitter during #WineStudio that “We’re on the brink of growth that will 1) expand our geographic area, 2) include a review and features section featuring nationally published wine writers, and 3) establish a wine club. With such efforts, we hope to bring female wine entrepreneurs due attention.”

And March is Women’s History Month and we are hoping to inspire you to toast women owned wineries and women who make wine on March 8 as well as the rest of the month.

Join us! We’ll post our blogs by 8am Sat. Feb. 10 and we’ll take to twitter to discuss our discoveries from 8-9am PST Sat. Feb 10 using the #hashtag #WinePW. You can look forward to blog posts, recipes, and tweets from:

Camilla from Culinary Adventures with Camilla brings the bubbles with > The Effervescent Nicole Walsh Dishes On Ser And Being a Woman (in Wine) & Sparkling Rosé of Nebbiolo + Fusion Street Tacos.

Wendy from A Day in the Life on the Farm shares > Women Winemakers~~Introducing Burgdorf Winery.

Nicole from Somm’s Table has us > Malbec, Meat, and Conversation with Hanna Winery’s Christine Hanna

Jane of Always Ravenous is >  Celebrating Merry Edward’s Winemaking Journey with a Winter Feast

David from Cooking Chat brings us > Tuscan Kale Pasta with Elisabetta’s Vernacchia.

Lauren from The Swirling Dervish runs with the wolves for > Donnachiara Montefalcione – Five Generations of Wine, Wolves, and Women in Campania

Susannah at Avvinare shares > Crociani Rosso di Montepulciano and Turkey Chili For A Cold Winter’s Day

Here on Wine Predator Gwendolyn says  > We’re with WALT: owner Kathryn Hall, Winemaker Megan Gunderson Paredes.

 

Can’t wait and want more about Women Owned Wineries now?

Read tweets from Tuesday’s #WineStudio session with Amy Bess Cook about Women Owned Wineries of Sonoma with a toast from Breathless via this Storify.

Lori from Dracaena Wines will not be writing a post this week, however, she will be doing a livestream interview that will be turned into a podcast on Friday at 5pm EST with Cynthia Cosco of Passaggio Wines:

If you can’t make the livestream, it will be remain on the YouTube channel or subscribe to the podcast to listen to it later! 

Let the love for Women in Wine keep flowing! Join us on Tuesday Feb 13 at 6pm PST by following the hashtag #WineStudio on twitter:

2 thoughts on “February #WinePW Features Women Owned Wineries, Women Who Make Wine

  1. Pingback: Donnachiara Montefalcione: Five Generations of Wine, Wolves, and Women in Campania (#WinePW) – The Swirling Dervish

  2. Pingback: Why We’re with WALT for #WinePW: Owner Kathryn Hall, Winemaker Megan Gunderson Paredes | wine predator

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