Jennifer Featured as a “30 under 30 Inspiring Individuals in Sonoma County”21/1/19
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Anna Brones Interviews Amy Bess Cook of WOW for Sprudge Wine16/7/18
Women Owned Wineries has played a big part in Raft Wines beginning year, and we’re honored to get a shout out in the article. To quote Amy, ” I offer this directory of woman-owned wineries to help put dollars in the pockets of women business leaders. The project is growing to include a wine club, which you can join here. When...
Check Out Cru Podcast7/10/18
Cru Podcast is a weekly podcast released by Chappy Cottrell and is an in depth look at the people behind the scenes in the industry. Jennifer was honored to meet with him in early December to discuss the history and philosophy of Raft Wines and her community involvement.
Wine of the Times7/10/18
Raft Wines was featured in a lovely article on Women Owned Wineries, written by Bernadette Machard de Gramont in the Made Local Magazine. The story highlights Amy Bess Cook’s organization Women Owned Wineries of Sonoma County, and her goals for the future of the group.
Raft Wines reads the credits on Radio Cherry Bombe7/10/18
Raft Wines reads the credits on Radio Cherry Bombe While in New York, Jennifer from Raft Wines got the opportunity to read the credits to Radio Cherry Bombe, one of her FAVORITE podcasts. It just so happens that her credits were included on a podcast interviewing the designer of her favorite pants, Maxine Thompson from Polka...
Raft Wines Featured on Women Owned Wineries10/10/17
A new organization, their site catalogues woman-owned wineries of Sonoma County, California. Click, scroll, and explore the wide range of creations listed here. Women business owners are statistically more likely than men to face challenges in business endeavors. (Here’s why.) By putting your dollars toward their projects, you are helping to level an unbalanced playing field. Raft...
Rebuild Wine Country9/10/17
On October 9th, 2017, Firestorms and Wildfires broke out across Lake, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma Counties. The loss has been indescribable, and our hearts are broken for our homes and communities. Luckily the Raft Wines’ winery was spared by some miracle, and all the vineyards in affected counties are safe. Inspired by the incredible outpouring...