My first podcast for Wine Enthusiast went live today. You can listen anywhere you get your podcasts, or directly on the WineMag website.


In this episode, the last in our three-part series in honor of Women’s History Month, I take a look at the varied yet related experiences of female winemakers by interviewing Dr. Lucia Albino Gilbert, coauthor of the book Women Winemakers: Personal Odysseys, about the journeys of many of these women, and how they largely demonstrate a commonality of purpose and direction despite occurring in different times and cultures.

Learn more about the development of opportunity and points of entry for female professionals in the winemaking world. Indeed, there’s still plenty of improvement to be made in gender equality and beyond, but it is so promising to discuss the progress, programs and advocates we have today today that keep pushing the industry forward in this sphere.

Be sure to listen in to the first and second episodes in the Women in Drinks History series. And read more about other trailblazing women in wine here, or check out this article to learn about female entrepreneurs creating digital communities with wine or this article to hear from women winemakers on mentorship and more. LISTEN HERE…


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