Welcome to another episode of Exploring the Wine Glass. In early March, there was an incredible event happening in New York City, called Strong Women Make Big Bordeaux Bottles and I was privileged to have been invited to attend. The massive on taking involved 65 of New York’s top restaurants & wine bars celebrating women in winemaking, with a limited selection of Bordeaux wines-by-the-glass all poured from double magnum bottles.
Unfortunately, I had hip surgery the previous week and was unable to attend. But thanks to the hard work of Stefanie Schwalb of Gregory and Vine, I was able to interview three of these amazing women. We talk about male vs female roles and views in the wine industry, the romance of pouring from large format, what it’s like living and working in an industry that has such a long tradition and the feeling you get when you see someone enjoying the fruits of your labor.
Caroline Perromat, Château Cerons - @chateaudecerons
Sophie Solnicki-Thierry, Château Forcas Hosten
Sylvie Courselle, Château Thieuley - @chateau_thieuley
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