Maternal Forces In Sync – Somm Journal21/6/21
Writer Alisha Sommer wrote an article about being a mother (or potential mother) in the wine industry, and the challenges it presents. We’re excited to have a little quote and to be included. Somm Journal Aug-Sept_34
Women Rising: A recap of our panel12/1/21
In December, Jennifer was featured on a panel of Sonoma County local leaders and business owners, hosted by the Charles Schulz Museum. They have shared the panel for those who were not able to watch it live. Watch (or listen) as we discuss being women in each respective industries – there’s lots of amazing insights...
An in-depth interview with Jennifer on VinePair12/1/21
We love VinePair for all things industry related. But even if you’re not in the industry, we hope you’ll read this in depth interview Jennifer had with journalist Erica McGrady about her journey as a winemaker, why she makes what she makes, and the future of Raft Wines! Thank you VinePair and Erica for telling...
Two Syrahs, Two scores from Wine & Spirits Magazine12/1/21
We’re thrilled to announce 95 points to the Weed Farms Syrah and 88 points to our Grist Vineyard Syrah from Wine & Spirits Magazine. Look for the whole review in the January magazine or online at Wine & Spirits!
Can Millennials and Gen Z save the wine industry?12/1/21
Friend of Raft Wines, Amber Lucas, wrote this insightful piece of the Millennial and Generation Z involvement in the wine industry, and what it means for the future of wine for the Wine Enthusiast. Jennifer is featured via a quote and it’s a great read! Find the whole article HERE.
A review of the 2019 Raft Wines Weed Farms Syrah by Edible SF12/1/21
Bruce Cole, editor of Edible San Francisco wrote some very kind words about a Raft Wines staple wine – our Weed Farms Syrah. Read HERE to see what he has to say!
Thanks to Daedalus Howell for a little Raft Wines shout in The Bohemian! This article lists some great places to eat and drink on the Sonoma Coast. Find it HERE!
Grape Nutz come to Visit!27/2/20
Jennifer was visited in the cellar by long time blogger Ken Zinns. Check out what he had to say HERE!