NATURAL LADIES! HIGHLIGHTING FEMALE WINEMAKERS IN THE NATURAL WINE WORLD.
It is scientifically proven that Women have better developed taste buds than Men. If you don’t believe me, ask Yale University who in 2015 released research proving that Women physically have more taste buds. I have always felt that wines made by Females have just a touch more refinement than wines made by Male counterparts. And with Yale’s research, that instinct is supported. And that is why on May 26th I am highlighting Natural Wines made by Female Winemakers. 18% of the Winemakers in the world are Female and I feel that it is important to highlight marginalized groups. What’s the point in having this soap box to stand on if I’m not using it to put the spotlight on those who are often in the shadows. Why have a progressive department like Natural Wine if I’m not going to try to progress or at least open people up to the idea of who makes the wine they enjoy.
We are going to be pouring 6 different wineries, 5 domestic and 1 from South Africa. This will be a very diverse tasting, not only in the wines ranging from White Wines, Orange Wines and Red Wines, these Winemakers are a diverse group of women. People of Color, members of the LGBTQIA community, European born. With all the diversity, these Women do have 1 thing in common; they care about making low-intervention wines that people will enjoy. If you join us on the 26th you will be tasting wines from the following Female lead Wineries:
Donkey & Goat owned by Tracy Rogers
Aslina owned by Ntsiki Biyela
Margins Wine owned by Megan Bell
Camins 2 Dreams owned by Mireia Taribo and Tara Gomez
Oeno Wines owned by Amy Atwood
Terah Wine Co. owned by Terah Bajjalieh
You can do this via the website or by calling the store. All reservations are paid for at the time of the reservation being made . Give us a call and we will get you a spot for tonight all set!