Throughout March, we’re celebrating historical women, female winemakers and favorite female chefs. It’s Women’s History Month! We also want to celebrate YOU, our extended ‘wine sisterhood’.
There’s a unique group of women who came together to start a company that produces wines women love. They’ve created an extended family called The Wine Sisterhood, a fun, large social group, who not only connect online, but also through different events throughout the year.
Now is your chance to meet some of the amazing Texas women who are shaping the way we eat and drink. Each woman is incredibly talented and accomplished as you’ll see in the videos below.
In interviewing them for this story, I found a few common threads of emotion they all share…
First and foremost, they’ve all worked extremely hard to get to where they are today. These women love what they do (most days), and they all say that self doubt and insecurity come with the territory.
I hope you’ll enjoy their stories as much as I did. Cheers to the incredible women in the culinary world!
– A former contestant on Bravo’s Top Chef Just Desserts, Rebecca shares one of her fab recipes and discusses a common fear many of us share in our quest to be the best.
– Meet La Maestra Blanca, the lovely lady responsible for introducing San Antonio to a lifelong love…the original Tres Leches cake. Check out the new ‘star’ on her table.
– Get the scoop on one of the most talked about sustainable food spots in Austin…and the working Mom that makes it all possible. Hear her advice for other women working in the culinary world.
Back to the unique winemakers I spoke of earlier–after all, all good food deserves a good wine. And GUYS, just because the wine makers had women in mind when they produced these wines doesn’t mean you won’t like them too. You can find these fun wines at your local H-E-B from women who have helped shape the wine industry. Why not raise a glass:
Middle Sister Goody Two-Shoes
Middle Sister Sweet and Sassy
Middle Sister Rebel Red
California Red Table Wine
Cowgirl Sisterhood Sweet Red
Trail Boss Cabernet Sauvignon
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