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Women Winemakers

May 2019

There is no doubt that the wine industry has traditionally been dominated by men. But more and more, we're seeing women winemakers and assistant winemakers in Oregon’s wineries -- often with innovative approaches to the business of wine.

Even as they're blazing trails, these women are producing wines that reflect the best of Oregon, whether they're unique blends or creative winemaking styles.

Bottom line? These are great wines that we’re thrilled to feature this month at Cellar 503 as part of our month-long celebration of Mother’s Day.

Our first red is big, bold, juicy Tempranillo from Nicole Reese Wines in the Rogue Valley and our second red is a classic Pinot Noir from Et Fille Wines in the Willamette Valley.

Our first white is a wonderfully original Rosé Swirl from Est Wines and our second white is the ever popular Jezebel Blanc, a blend of Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, Riesling, and Melon de Bourgogne , from Willful Wines.