Woman-Owned Wineries featured winemaker in July 2020 was Sonja Magdevski of Santa Barbara County. Our live interview with her, hosted by founder Amy Bess Cook, covered a range of topics--from her unlikely path, to agricultural labor, to vinous cider, and the limitations of labels. A journalist by training, Sonja earned a Fulbright Scholarship in 1998 … Continue reading “I Don’t Want to Join a [Wine] Gang.” Talking Live with Sonja Magdevski
Show your support of Sonoma County by ordering bottles from the following list of wines from local female vintners. Many of the business owners here were directly impacted by recent wildfires.
Remy Drabkin set her sights on the winemaking profession while growing up in McMinnville, the heart of Oregon wine country. "I love all things Italian," explains Remy.
This is summertime in a bottle, sustainably produced on Chumash Indian soil by one of the only recognized Native American winemakers.
SEPTEMBER FEATURE: TRES SABORES In a quiet corner of the Rutherford appellation in Napa Valley, tucked against the Mayacamas Mountains, lies a 35-acre working farm. Julie Johnson founded Tres Sabores in the 1990s as Napa Valley's first certified organic vineyard and winery. In the decades since, she has maintained a limited production of approximately 4,000 … Continue reading Next Delivery