Erin Rasmussen is a native of the Great Lakes region who spent a decade making wine in Napa Valley, Sonoma, and New Zealand before returning to Wisconsin to focus on cold-hardy varieties and hybrids. She founded American Wine Project in 2018.
How often does the wine club ship? We ship once monthly, approximately the third week of the month. When will you charge my credit card? Charges for each shipment run during the first week of each month. We will always contact you in advance to remind you, and to offer detailed information about that month's … Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions
Sofia Torres McKay is a native of Mexico City who worked in the tech industry before relocating to Oregon to launch Cramoisi Vineyard. As cofounder of AHIVOY (Asociación Hispana de la Industria del Vino en Oregon Y Comunidad), Sofia is a prominent activist for vineyard stewards.
Growing up in small-town Oregon, Alison Sokol Blosser didn’t know quite what she wanted to be when she grew up. She was clear, though, that she never wanted to work in the wine world. As the daughter of industry pioneers Bill and Susan Sokol Blosser, Alison regularly pitched in with the family’s namesake winery, which had been one … Continue reading The “Gravitational Pull” of a Vintner’s Fate: Alison Sokol Blosser
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