Recorded weekly at The Panel Wine Lounge in Sonoma, California, WINE WOMEN Radio features members of the nonprofit, professional organization that’s focused on providing the tools, guidance and creativity for its members to attain wine industry prominence.

The show’s hosts include Marcia Macomber, Wine Women co-founder and marketing specialist; Lisa Adams Walter, publicist in wine, food and the arts; Misty Roudebush Cain, director of DTC and marketing, St. Supery Estate Vineyards & Winery, and other guest hosts. Honing in on current wine industry activities.


LISTEN IN: Wine Women Radio welcomes Art Murray from Flambeaux Wine. Tune in to learn about this winery's NOLA roots and their fabulous #Sonoma wine. Listen/download at . . . #wineradioshow #podcast #nola #torchbearers #zinfandel #drycreekvalley #winetasting ...

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Thanks @sklearman of @naparegister, for the wonderful press! Christine Mueller and her three co-founders launched Wine Women in 2016, in the hopes of bringing together women across all facets of the wine industry. Tuesday, Nov 5, the volunteer-run, non-profit trade organization will hold its first industry-wide conference. In forming the group, Mueller and co-founders @marciamacomber, Ellen Reich Luchtel and @JackieEgidio, all with careers in the industry, had a goal in mind: to advance the careers of fellow women working in wine. In its early form, Wine Women held forums – pockets of discussion for members in the same job space, whether that was management, production or marketing. Originally, the forums operated independently, Mueller said, but the founders began to wonder: what if they could cross-pollinate. “That way, women in finance would meet with those in direct to consumer relations, and with general managers,” Mueller explained. “And then we thought – why don’t we open this up to future members interested in this? And that was the original spark for the conference.” That spark will take shape in the form of the first Wine Women Conference this Tuesday, Nov. 5, to be held at @buenavistawines Winery, in @sonoma_valley “This is another great opportunity and a milestone for this organization that is promoting the strength of women in the wine business,” said Patrick Egan, vice president of Marketing and Communications for Boisset Collection, which owns Buena Vista. “Bringing people together around wine is what we do. If we can bring women together to promote their leadership in wine – that’s incredibly important to us.” #winewomen #womeninwine #womenempowerment #wine #winetasting #buenavistawinery ...

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Just out! On the #podcast> Wine Women Radio welcomes Brooke Shenk, winemaker at St Supery Vineyards & Winery. During the show, Brooke shared a fabulous tasting flight of St. Supéry’s wines. Tune in to learn more about this iconic #NapaValley winery, currently focused on hearing what YOU #InJoy. Photo credit: Misty Roudebush Cain Listen/download at . . . #WineWomenRadio #napavalleywine #merlot #napamerlot #SauvignonBlanc #napasauvignonblanc #napagreen #napavalleywinery #napawinery #whatdoyouenjoy #rutherfordwinery #rutherfordwines #dollarhidewine #womeninwine #wineradioshow ...

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811, 2019

Wine Women – Art Murray, President, Flambeaux Wine

Flambeaux are the dancing torchbearers of New Orleans’ Carnival, representing tradition, light, dance and joy. Flambeaux was named after these torchbearers as they are an historic symbol of the hometown of the Murray family, their native New Orleans. Founded by the Murray Family, Flambeaux Wine makes hand-crafted, limited-production wines that capture the essence of the Flambeaux Dry Creek Valley Estate Vineyard, as well as other world-class Sonoma County vineyards. Art Murray joined the hosts for a fun tasting of the elegant Flambeaux wines, along with discussion about how the recent Kincade Fire impacted the North Bay community. Their wines have both the complexity an ardent oenophile expects and the approachability that someone new to wine demands, while reflecting the tradition, celebration and joie de vivre of Mardi Gras.

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Wine Women – Brooke Shenk

Brooke Shenk, winemaker at St. Supéry Estate Vineyards and Winery (, guests on the show and hosts the podcast in St. Supéry’s historic Atkinson House, which was built in the 1880s. Brooke has been with St. Supéry for more than a decade, supervising vineyard and production crews as well as the interns who learn various methods and techniques at the winery. During the show, Brooke walked the hosts through a tasting flight of St. Supéry’s wines and talked about what she’s learned about St. Supéry’s vineyard and wine development during her tenure. Tune in to learn about this iconic winery.  [EP21]