Women in Wine
Paige at PEJU Winery in Rutherford, Napa, CA

PEJU Winery: A Napa Valley Gem

Napa Valley is known for its picturesque scenery, rolling hills, and world-renowned vineyards. And among those vineyards is the family-owned PEJU Winery, located in the heart of the Rutherford appellation. The Peju family

Vicky Farrow pouring sparkling wine

All Things Bubbly: An Interview with Vicky Farrow

If you have a passion for sparkling wine and are eager to stay up-to-date with the latest news, trends, and information about the world of bubbles, then Sparkling Discoveries is your new go-to

Guillermina Van Houten - TILIA Sustainability Specialist

Sustainability Deep Dive with TILIA Wines

An Interview with Guillermina van Houten of TILIA Wine. Are you keen to learn more about what it takes to bring sustainably-made wines from around the world straight to your doorstep? Guillermina van

Coiled Wines - Owner & Winemaker Leslie Preston

Coiled Wines Interview: A Winding Winemaking Tale

Coiled Wines owner and winemaker, Leslie Preston started her winemaking career in Napa. But her ties to her home state of Idaho were too strong to be denied, and as the winemaking scene

Paige Comrie wine tasting at Crocker and Starr Winery in St. Helena, Napa

Crocker and Starr Winery: Sustainability in Action

History being made, one day at a time. As one of the core, trailblazing women winemakers in Napa, Pam Starr believes in innovation. Today, that takes the form of sustainability in wine and touches

Kasey Wierzba, women winemaker of Shady Lane Cellars

Women in Wine: Kasey Wierzba of Shady Lane Cellars

Howdy, wine-drinkers! Welcome to another installment of Women in Wine. This series is all about celebrating women who work in the wine industry, from grape growers to winemakers to sommeliers. Our goal is

Roxie Ward, women winemaker of Butternut wines

Women in Wine: Roxie Ward of Butternut Wines

Roxie Ward of Butternut Wines is a true inspiration. With over 20 years in the wine industry, Roxie has developed a passion for winemaking, which shows in each bottle of Butternut Wines. I

8 Wines to Drink While Smashing the Patriarchy

There’s no denying it: the wine world is still consumed by the patriarchy. As of 2022, lead women winemakers make up just 10% of the global wine industry (20% in Santa Barbara County

A picture of the Brakesman family, owners of Red Thread Wines

Women in Wine: Gretchen of Red Thread Wines

One of my favorite parts of wine is the opportunity to connect with the people & stories behind the bottle. Recently I had the chance to connect with a truly incredible winemaker, Gretchen,

Jules Taylor in front of wine barrels

Jules Taylor: Queen of Sauvignon Blanc

March is an annual celebration of women and the history that’s guided us to where we are today. Each year, I take this month to put an additional focus on incredible women in

Paige drinking Castell d'Age Rouge

Three Generations of Women in Wine: Castell d’Age

Rooted in tradition, crafted with care, and focused on sustainability, Castell d’Age is serving up some incredible wines that I just have to share.  The history of Castell d’Age is tied to three

Women in Wine: Anne Dempsey of Skyside Wine

I had the opportunity to sit down with winemaker Anne Dempsey from Skyside Wines and chat about her truly stunning wines. Before we talk about the wines, let’s first talk a little about

Oasis by Hoopes

What an oasis it was! This stunning property surrounded by vines is also home to a farmer’s market, vegetable garden, and more than a few rescued animals. While chatting with Lindsay Hoopes, I

The Woman Behind Fearless Wines: Chelsea Hoff

Chelsea Hoff holds a fierce tenacity for life. Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Fearless winemaker and proprietress, Chelsea Hoff, and I was absolutely enthralled by her passion for life,

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Women have been making wine for centuries, but it wasn’t until recently that they began to receive the recognition they deserve.

Women winemakers are now responsible for some of the most acclaimed wines in the world, and their accomplishments are helping to break down barriers in the male-dominated world of wine. Women-owned wineries are also on the rise, offering visitors a chance to sample wines made by talented female vintners.

Whether you’re looking for a delicious bottle of white or a rare red, be sure to seek out wines made by women – support women in wine. 

If you’re a female winemaker, vintner, or another role within the wine industry who would like to be interviewed by Paige, please send an email to hello@winewithpaige.com. I’d love to share your story!