This book aims to highlight the role of female winemakers, showcasing their names, fascinating stories, and diverse professional trajectories. It seeks to challenge the traditional view that undermines the role of women in wine production. Its intention is to inspire other women to enter this field, providing them with the confidence that they belong and can achieve success as winemakers. Additionally, it aims to normalize the presence and success of women in the wine industry for everyone working within it.
The Widow Clicquot
The book "The Widow Clicquot" by Tilar J. Mazzeo recounts the life of Barbe-Nicole Clicquot Ponsardin, a visionary woman who becomes one of the most influential figures in the wine industry. After her husband's death, she becomes the leader of the champagne house Veuve Clicquot, showcasing great business acumen and innovating in wine production techniques. The book explores her determination, creativity, and entrepreneurial savvy, offering a fascinating insight into how she transformed a small company into a wine empire and became a legend in the business world.
Converses a peu de vinya
This book by Maria Rosa Ferré Galimany presents a group of brave and determined women who hold multiple roles within the agricultural world. They are women who start their day when it's still dark and only return home when the sun sets.
This book offers an inspiring portrayal of women committed to the land and various aspects of life, showcasing their strength, dedication, and ability to successfully manage multiple roles with passion and resilience.
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