What: 2016 LaRue Rice-Spivak Pinot Noir Where: Sonoma Coast, California Who: Raised on a walnut farm in the Central Valley, Katy Wilson knew she wanted to be a winemaker by age 18. After graduating Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, she worked with Flowers and then Kamen before launching her own label, LaRue. She is now … Continue reading Featured Bottle: 2016 LaRue Rice-Spivak Pinot Noir
This is summertime in a bottle, sustainably produced on Chumash Indian soil by one of the only recognized Native American winemakers.
It was during a grape harvest under the Solar eclipse in 2017, the idea for a white Pinot Noir emerged.
Woman-Owned Wineries is proud to share the work of a winemaker and enology entrepreneur who truly helped pave the way for other women, Marty Bannister.
"I have a deep creative streak, and I need to let the fire to create out. I find a lot of joy doing that through wine." ~Brianne Day With a strictly religious upbringing that discouraged her artistic leanings, Brianne Day was on track for a career in the church. Then she landed in northern Italy … Continue reading Gospel of the Grape: Brianne Day