Collection: Celebrating Women's History Month

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  • Vin de Days Rouge
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    Having moved to Willamette Valley at 16, Brianne Day fell in love with the vineyards of Oregon. In her early twenties, she traveled the world to see and explore even more vineyards. Having worked in France, New Zealand and Argentina before coming back to Oregon in 2008 to start making her own wines, she easily makes one of the best Pinot Noirs in the Willamette Valley.
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  • Laurent Perrier La Cuvee Brut Champagne
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    Light lemon and apricot on the nose. Refreshing mousse and quince and biscuit on the palate.

    Sisters, Stephanie Meneux de Nonacourt and Alexandra Pereyre de Nonacourt of Champagne Laurent Perrier. These two daughters of Bernard de Nonacourt, who was the initiator of the Laurent-Perrier style and range, now own and operate the largest family and female owned champagne house

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  • Vin de Days L'Orange
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    Having moved to Willamette Valley at 16, Brianne Day fell in love with the vineyards of Oregon. In her early twenties, she traveled the world to see and explore even more vineyards. Having worked in France, New Zealand and Argentina before coming back to Oregon in 2008 to start making her own wines, she easily makes one of the best Pinot Noirs in the Willamette Valley. And as a special treat, in 2020 she released her very first orange wine, L’Orange, an unoxidized expression of Riesling, Muller Thurgau and Pinot Gris.
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  • Susana Balbo Malbec
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    Setting the standard for what everything Malbec from Mendoza, Argentina should be, comes Susana Balbo. After nearly two years as a wine consultant, Susana opened her own winery and started making her own wine. With a focus on food safety, environmental sustainability and corporate responsibility, this definitive Malbec is the textbook example of Malbec, hitting every point and checking every box. Hers is the benchmark to which all others should be measured against.
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  • Zolo Cabernet Sauvignon
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    Aromas of ripe cherries, boysenberry fruit, and spice, with a good length and oak and fruit balance.

    Once upon a time, Kendall-Jackson purchased a beautiful piece of property in Mendoza, Argentina, and there they built a state of the art facility. But because they did not employ any local laborers to build the winery, nor did they source any of the building materials locally, they were denied water access and therefore ultimately had to sell. 

                Patricia Ortiz now owns the winery, but she and her husband live an hour and a half away from the winery, so they are often apart for long stretches at a time. On the label is a depiction of a lone man, which is a representation of Patricia’s husband being alone. They decided to call the wine ‘Solo’ but when it went into production, there was a typo and it came out as Zolo. They liked it anyway and decided to keep the new name.

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  • Martha Stoumen Post Flirtation Red Blend
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    After studying for an undergraduate degree in traditional agriculture and Italian, all the while working in the vineyards of Tuscany, Martha Stoumen came back to California and opened her own winery. Contrary to most Californian winemakers, Martha spends more time working in her vineyards, as she did in the Tuscan fields, rather than in the winery itself. She take a very hands-off approach in her winemaking practices, letting the land speak for itself and cultivates and harvests half of her vineyard herself. The Post Flirtation blend of Carignan with Zinfandel is easily one of our favorites.
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  • Donna Fugata Ben Rye Passito Di Pantelleria, 375 ML
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    The Ben Ryé from Donnafugata is without question one of our absolute favorite dessert wines. CEO, singer and winemaker, José Rallo, makes this exquisite dessert wine that pairs with foie gras, blue cheese and/or chocolate! The name Donnafugata refers to the novel Il Gattapardo (The Leopard) by Tomasi Di Lampedusa. Literally translated, “Donna in Fuga” means Woman in Flight and refers to the story of a queen who found refuge in the part of Sicily where the company’s vineyards are located today.
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