12 wineries and wineries that instinctively celebrate the essence of Mother’s Day


Ricky Trombetta and his daughter Erica Stancliffe are Trombetta family wines. Photography by Anna Wake

If Mother’s Day plans require a festive toast, why not bring this bread with a wine that instinctively celebrates the occasion? The dozens of wines listed here celebrate maternal figures or are created by mothers, making each a more than appropriate addition to honor your Mother’s Day.

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Hamel Family wine

Center Hamel Family wine She is a family – someone with a shared passion for making high-quality wines that reflects their unique vineyards and their stewardship over the land. Led by brothers George III and John, Hamel is best known as Cabernet Sauvignon. Their prestigious packaging, and 2016 Pamleta Reserve (Pictured above, center) is fondly named after their mother, Pamela Hamel, which makes this wine perfect for Mother’s Day. This sumptuous wine is served with intense flavors of dark fruits, lavender, crushed rock, and spices. Soft tannins offer a smooth and persistent finish to the palette of the well-balanced and balanced grapes of Nuns Canyon Vineyard and Hamel Family Ranch, two of the winery’s most prestigious vineyards.

Dutch Crossing 2015 Kupferschmid red wine from winemakers. Image courtesy of winery

Ducher Crossing Winery

In 2007, Debra Matthey became the first single woman to own a winery in Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County, beginning her path to empowering and leading the next generation of women. Owner Dutch crossing Winery, Matthew was inspired by her mom and dad to believe that hard work, morals, and self-confidence – rather than sex – determine a person’s ability to get work done. Dutcher Crossing Company produces over 30 small handcrafted wines from Sonoma, Mendocino and Napa counties. The 2015 Kupferschmid red wines to winemakers From Dry Creek Valley it is named after Matte Leah’s mother, and her maiden name is Cupforschmid, whose rune mix mass was planted inspired by Chateauneuf de Pape. Matthey laughs, “Every time my mother visits the winery, she always insists that the visitors try her wine.”

Damaris Derry Ford from Landmark Vineyards. Image courtesy of winery

Landmark vineyards

As one of the nation’s first winery owners, Damaris Derry Ford’s only focus was making the exquisite Chardonnay. Nearly 50 years after the founding of Sonoma County Landmark vineyardsFord, the granddaughter of John Deere, is still being honored with the winery across it Damaris Chardonnay. Her family’s agricultural legacy is kept alive and thriving through the beautiful and fruitful vineyards of Landmark, and like any respectable “mother”, she remains Landmark’s inspiration and fiercest advocate. Damaris Chardonnay 2018 shows the best Sonoma Chardonnay character for intensity and complexity. Lemon color, with the scent of ripe lemon, baked yellow apple, crisp pear, vanilla custard, and butter with herbal ingredients, serve this to my mom with grilled swordfish with lemon butter sauce and basil.

Gianna Kelly from Galerie Wines. Image courtesy of winery

Liquor gallery

Gianna Kelly, a Sonoma native and mother of three, began her education about wine while seated with her father while preparing the wine list at the family’s restaurant. An undergraduate chemistry degree in winemaking was used as a chemist at Enologix before she joined Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars as a fermentation scientist. This is the time and place she fell in love with the Bordeaux varieties and then honed her winemaking skills. In 2018, Kelly joined Cardinale’s team as assistant winemaker, and in 2019 she became head winemaker for Liquor gallery, Known for its signature Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc wines from the Napa Valley and Knights Valley. Mom dealt with 2018 Terracea Spring Mountain District Wrestling; It’s like spring in a cup.

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Penner-Ash wine cellars

Winemaker and mom Kate Ayres develop unique Pinot Noir expressive patterns for her Penner-Ash wine cellars Known in Willamette Valley and around the world. Iris grew up on the northern coast of Oregon, and after studying viticulture and fermentation at the University of California at Davis, she built up her experience working on vineyards all over the world. She spent five years at Hess Collection Winery as a co-winemaker before returning to the Pacific Northwest to work and learn alongside the incomparable Lynn Penner-Ash at the winery of the same name. Kate enjoys her time outside the winery exploring the wildlife of her youth with her son Nico, husband and co-winemaker Hans and the black Labrador Keima. Mom treated Iris Willamette Valley.2018 Pinot Noir.

Erica Stancliffe and her mother, Ricky Trombetta, are Trombetta family wines. Photography by Anna Wake

Trombetta family wine

The mother / daughter behind this adorable brand makes this an obvious choice for this Mother’s Day gift. Owner Ricky Trombetta and her daughter, Erica Stancliffe, the winemaker, team up together Small family winery It is located in the cool climate Petaluma Gap sub-AVA on Sonoma Coast Ava. They pride themselves on producing beautiful little varieties of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that reflect the Petaluma Gap, Sonoma and Russian River terroirs that are obtained from them. Mom dealt with 2019 Russian River Valley Indindoli Vineyard Chardonnay. Note: Erica was only ten years old, when I watched her aptly describe the aromatic essence of a glass of marlot, famous singer Paul Hobbs accurately predicted her wine-making prowess.

Bake cakes Vin de Porche Rosé. Image courtesy of winery

Cellars bake cakes

It celebrates the beautiful gardens of the Napa Valley Cellars bake cakes A tribute to their architect, Dolores Cakebread, whose sons, Dennis and Bruce, continue to operate the iconic winery that their mother and father, Jack, founded nearly 50 years ago. Dolores has also co-authored two cookbooks, The Cakebread Cellars Napa Valley Cookbook: Wines and Recipes to Celebrate the Harvest of Each Season, And the The Cakebread Cellars American Harvest Cookbook, Make recipes and wine pairings from the winery workshops – each in itself a great Mother’s Day gift. Add a bottle of Cakebread in the gorgeous pink and fruity color Veranda wine And with mom, pull up a rocking chair, balcony swing or comfy bamboo chair and toast to everything it means to you.

Anna Diogo Draper from Artesia. Image courtesy of winery


Born and raised in Portugal, she joined Anna Diogo Draper Artesia In 2013 and promoted to Director of Wine Industry in 2015. Although she is a dedicated winemaker, her most important job is a mother of two. Known for her collaborative approach, Diogo Draper attributes her professional success to her passion for farming and winemaking that originated from a young age. The Artesia Los Carneros Chardonnay It shows the wonderful freshness of the fruit, its density and elegance. The focus of this wine is primarily on winemaking and aromatics techniques aimed at retaining the distinctive Carneros aroma of lemon, citrus and white floral, while enhancing the minerals and vibrant fruit flavors of the citrus and stone fruits in the wine. Pair this crunchy white with lemon orzo pasta or roast chicken.

Jimena Lopez of Graffito with her daughters. Image courtesy of winery


Argentinian Gravito Celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. The winery is run by wife and mother Jimena Lopez, who, in addition to her passion for wine, is dedicated to her daughters Julieta and Valentina. Both experienced their first harvest at the winery at a very young age. They worked in the basement and the lab, and took a nap in the tasting room. They’ll likely follow in their mothers’ footsteps in winemaking. Lopez is the owner of absolute perfection and her commitment to detail is evident in winemaking. Try Graffito’s Cabernet Franc; This delicate and elegant wine features floral notes of raspberry, cherry and paprika.

Lindsay Hobbs from Hobbs Vineyard and his son. Image courtesy of winery

Hobbs Vineyard

Napa Valley Hobbs Vineyard Owner Lindsay Hobbs is a murder attorney-turned-winemaker and loving mother of two children under the age of four, expertly balancing her successful multi-generational business running, while hosting cooking classes with celebrity chefs, and overseeing the opening of the quiet new restaurant. An outdoor wine space An oasis from Hobbs. She also supports causes she believes in, such as leading the nonprofit Save the Family Farms efforts as she collaborates with other powerful women to innovate the industry and make a difference. Hobbs also takes care of nearly 30 rescued farm animals on her family’s property. Gift mom with finely crafted wine by this super mom and entrepreneur. Our choice 2014 Hoopes Genny’s Vineyard Chardonnay Carneros Its vibrant golden color and warm aroma of buttered biscuits, toasted oak and creamy vanilla.

Vineyards Palazzo Amalia Chardonnay. Image courtesy of winery

Palmaz plantations

Passionate about food, wine, and land conservation, Buenos Aires-born co-founders Julio Palmas and co-chairs of the exceptional Palmaz Vineyards, Amalia and Julio Palmas bring together the traditions and technology of the Napa Winery. Amalia was the instigator, and continues to be an inspiration, of the brand’s beauty Amalia Chardonnay. Although Julio had always planned to focus individually on the exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon, Amalia convinced him that not every meal should be accompanied by such a strong wine; Every once in a while, she said, “A little bit of white can be fun.” Contrary to the name itself, Amalia Chardonnay is shy at first, but soon becomes synonymous with the Palmaz matriarch, warm and charismatic.

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Maggie Hawk

Mom and winemaker Sarah Wetherich fell into winemaking after they took a science class at UC Davis on a whim. After hone her skills, as well as developing her own wine brand, she joins Copain Wines as a winemaker assistant and falls in love with the cool climate wines of Anderson Valley. Sarah spent seven years working closely with co-founder and winemaker Wells Guthrie in the ranks of the foggy Deep End vine, diving into European-style winemaking that highlights the area’s natural beauty. Thanks to her experience and passion for the Anderson Valley, Wuethrich was the natural choice to take over the reins for Maggy Hawk. Pamper your mom with the stylish, new and heavy-duty Maggy Hawk from Wuethrich Anderson Valley White Pinot Noir.

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