"What I have always loved about Vermentino is that there are so many interpretations as to how to best represent the varietal," says Lindsey Otis, who just launched a new wine label, LOTIS.
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.
What: 2018 March Wines St. Laurent Where: Ricci Vineyard, Carneros, Sonoma County Why: Well. When was the last time you tried a St. Laurent? And, this one is freaking delicious. How: With six acres planted to the variety, Ricci Vineyard is the only site in California that produces St. Laurent. Ricci Vineyard is farmed and … Continue reading Featured Bottle: 2018 March Wines St. Laurent
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
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. We're drawn to Bannister Wines not only because their work illuminates an important era in the history of California winemaking, but because its work unites genders and generations. And couldn't we all … Continue reading Shaping the Field: Marty Bannister