In a male dominated arena such as the wine industry, it’s easy to overlook successful #womeinwine – so today, we’d like to share 4 success stories of female wine-preneurs from different parts of the country.
Let’s start off with a story of a special boutique vineyard in New Zealand’s biggest wine growing region.
Therese Herzog is the bubbly and highly efficient business engine and hostess at Hans Herzog in Marlborough who not only keeps the wheels turning but also creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere at the Estate. Find out more about her role and life in Marlborough here.
Misha Wilkinson from Misha’s Vineyard recently celebrated her 10th vintage in beautiful Central Otago. Find out more about the passionate co-owner and marketing guru who runs the boutique wine business in one of the most spectacular settings in New Zealand here.
Angela Clifford, Managing Director – also The Linguist – of Tongue in Groove Wines in North Canterbury, wears a lot of different hats, representing New Zealand Riesling and Pinot Noir on social media platforms, she is also the Summer of Riesling Girl, and may well be considered by some as Pinot Madam. Find out more about this multi-tasking achiever here.
Soho Wine Co-Founder & Managing Director Rachael Carter is mixing-up the New Zealand wine arena with handsome models, chic labels, stylish fashion designer names and last but not least, great award-winning wines. Find out more about this trendsetter here.