Archive | Interviews

Women in Wine: Interview with Patricia Campbell

Women in Wine: Interview with Patricia Campbell Patricia Campbell became fascinated with wine after a tasting of First Growth French Burgundies in San Francisco in 1968. She grew up in a farming family in Hood River where apples and pears were the primary crops. (more…)

Read the full story

Posted in Interviews1 Comment

Women in Wine: Interview with Holly Turner

Women in Wine: Interview with Holly Turner For more than a decade, Holly Turner, winemaker for Three Rivers winery has forged relationships with growers throughout Eastern Washington State to find the best sites and fruit in the state.  (more…)

Read the full story

Posted in Interviews1 Comment

Women in Wine Interview: Erica Landon

Women in Wine Interview: Erica Landon Education has always been Erica Landon’s passion, giving her an avenue to share the world of wine and support the industry that she has become immersed in… (more…)

Read the full story

Posted in Interviews2 Comments

Women in Wine: Interview with Marie-Eve Gilla

Interview: Marie-Eve Gilla, Forgeron Cellars: A French Farmer in Downtown Walla Walla Born and raised in Paris, Marie-Eve Gilla always wanted to be a farmer.  She came to the United States in 1991, after completing her Diplome National d’Oenologie (Masters) from the University of Dijon.  (more…)

Read the full story

Posted in Interviews2 Comments

Winemaker Spotlight: Alexandrine Roy

Winemaker Spotlight: Alexandrine Roy Women are developing tremendous influence in the wine and food industry, rising to the top of the ranks as winery owners, sommeliers, chefs, winemakers, vineyard managers, writers and educators. The aim of this series is to represent the Pacific Northwest women in Oregon and Washington who are developing tremendous influence in […]

Read the full story

Posted in Interviews, Winemakers0 Comments

The News Tribune: An Interview with Marc Hinton

This week, writer and reporter Craig Sailor of the Tacoma News Tribune interviewed Enobytes writer and author Marc Hinton about his book, A History of Pacific Northwest Cuisine, Mastodons to Molecular Gastronomy. Head over to the article to read about camels, the Makah’s, Lewis and Clark, and of course food and wine, in his article titled, […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Read the full story

Posted in Books, Interviews1 Comment

Want the latest news first? Like Us!

Inspiration

A random exploration of our daily reads

Tweet!

Categories