mars 23, 2019 14:00 UTC+1
The Great Northern, 119 Utah Street, San Francisco
Saturday, March 23, 2 – 5 pm, The Great Northern, 119 Utah Street, San Francisco
Proceeds benefiting the Mary Elizabeth Inn. $50, $35 students, educators, wine and food industry. (SCHOOL OR PROFESSIONAL IDENTIFICATION REQUIRED AT REGISTRATION)
Special guest: Denyse Louis, Louis Dressner Selections
Lisa Bauer, Yamakiri Wines – Megan Bell, Margins Wine – Bliss Wine Imports – Bloomer Creek Vineyards – Tracey Brandt, Donkey & Goat – Stephanie Caslot, Domaine de la Chevalrie – Karen Daenen, Two Shepherds – Anna Delaski, Solminer – Nadia Dmytriw, Floraison Selections – Robin Gerber, Poe Wines – Roni Ginach, Roni Selects – Barbara Haimes – Lisa Hinton, Old Westminster Wine – Karina Lefevre, Domaine Sulauze – Erin Mitchell, Unturned Stone Productions – Ailis Peplau, Nomadic Wine Co. – Evelyne de Pontbriand, Domaine du Closel – Marlen Porter, Amplify Wines – Gina Schober, Sans Wine Co. – Olga Tuttle, Teutonic Wines – Chiara Vigo, Fattorie Romeo del Castello – Lynn Wheeler, Hobo Wine Co. – Summer Wolff, Indie Wineries
Fig & Thistle
We want to thank the following businesses and individuals whose generosity makes WINeFare possible:
– Andrus Anderson LLP
– Bi-Rite Family Businesses
– Maria A. Bourn, Managing Attorney, Law Offices of Tanya Gomerman
– Tracey Broadman, Broker Associate, Compass Real Estate
– Claudia Carasso and Gretchen Thomas
– Sandy and Teresa Coons
– The Law Offices of Traci M. Hinden
– Michael Matthews and Robin Pressman
– Tobener Ravenscroft LLP
– Kirk Salanga
WINeFare core values:
Equity. As WINeFare is an acronym for Women in Natural Wine, our central mission is to work towards equity for women who work in our field, eradicate discrimination and disrespectful behavior, and promote women’s contributions and create opportunities for women who work in this industry.
One struggle, one fight. As we fight for our rights, we fight for the rights of other marginalized communities in the wine industry, including people of color, the LBGTQ community, all genders, all ages, disabled, immigrants and workers.
Earth first. We are committed to working with growers who farm without synthetic inputs, promote biodiversity, harvest by hand and are responsible stewards of their land and all species that live and work in their vineyards.
Minimal intervention. We promote wines that are fermented naturally, do not have added sugar, enzymes, nutrients, blocked malolactic fermentation, sterile filtration or pasteurization. Limited sulfur additions are permitted.
Give back, pay forward. Many people do not have the resources to buy food and other necessities, let alone wine. We love and appreciate the wine we drink but want other’s who are less fortunate to have the basics. It is our mission to use industry resources and WINeFare to help other people as much as we can.
Tickets can be purchased through the website http://thevinguard.com/winefare-2019/.