1. Female Winemakers: A Four-Part Series Featuring Oregon Wineries - Part One: Kim Kramer

    forbes.com (Jan 8 2013)

    1. Female Winemakers: A Four-Part Series Featuring Oregon Wineries - Part One: Kim Kramer

      Oregon, it seems, has a density of female winemakers. Based on purely anecdotal evidence, at last count I had Veronique Drouhin (Domaine Drouhin), Maggie Harrison (Antica Terra), Kim Kramer (Kramer Vineyards), Rebecca Pittock-Shouldis (Ghost Hill), Melissa Burr (Stoller Family Estate) and Lynn Penner-Ash (Penner-Ash). Maggie Harrison found the Oregon terroir, specifically the rocks, so compelling she made a split-second decision to move her family north and make wine there. Veronique Drouhin followed the visionary footsteps of her father straight to the Dundee Hills.

      I asked the other four to weigh in on why they got into wine. The first of ...

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