The Oaks is all about the ladies. It is a Grade 1 stakes race for three-year-old thoroughbred Fillies (which are young female horses). The Oaks is known for an exciting race day, but equally for unabashed celebration of all things PINK, fashion and its commitment to raising awareness and money for the fight against breast and ovarian cancer.
Our next wine release will be three beutiful bottles of wine honoring PRIDE and celebrating womxn, women who love women, and allies in the LBGTQ+ community. One of our core beliefs is "Love is Love" and we want to express this belief along with our respect and love for the womxn of the LBGTQ+ community with a special Limited Edition release... and YOUR poetry could be on the bottle!
I don’t need to wait until next Christmas to be reminded of what RBG has done. Her spirit is with me always. I feel blessed to be working with Teneral Cellars to promote its RBG collection of wine and to have the opportunity to raise a glass to an incredible woman.
March is Women’s History Month, and we are all about celebrating and elevating all womxn! With the new SWARM RBG Collection wines we released last week, we will be celebrating all things RBG, with a focus on “Justice” this month, with a series of roundtable discussions, blogs, wine tasting, coloring and crafts, and cooking classes that honor her legacy and feature discussions on what RBG meant to so many, and the influence she has had on womxn in wine and around this country.
When Teneral Cellars was launched, it became just as much about the message we stand behind as the exceptional wine we produce. I remember one of the many conversations we had as we worked to bring this idea to life.
Recentlyfeatured in the SacramentoBusinessJournal, Jill Osur, aco-founder and director of the winery group GoldLine Brands and host ofChill With Jill series, is challenging the odds by starting a digitally based, female-featured wine brand.
Two things happened to change my idea about the rest of my life: First, I worked at a restaurant run by wine lovers who made sure we tasted wines every week. On Saturday mornings we sat through wine classes that detailed winemaking practices and growing regions around the world. I was smitten.