Working Girl Wines
Created By Women
In Support Of Women…
Hello… and thanks for stopping by the home of the Working Girls and their Wines.
Many guests to the winery ask about the Working Girls and their story. We even get a few jokes about the name. But really, it’s who we are. Molly, Lisa and I own and manage every aspect of this winery… from cleaning tanks to serving wine.
Back in 2003 we were trying a number of different wine blends for a new white and red wines. Let’s just say we had tasted a little too much. As the story goes, I leaned back in the chair and exclaimed loudly, “Ladies, I’m exhausted. this working girl has got to go home!” Well that got our attention. That was it. That’s who we are… Working Girls. And the name stuck.
We now have 4 wines in the series. Working Girl White, Go Girl Red, Rosé the Riveter and Handyman Red. Each has a story behind it that we love to tell. All the wines our unique blends from Washington grapes. Each wine is too easy to drink, loves to be paired with food on your table and priced not to break the bank.
As a small winery we envisioned that these wines would sell only out of our tasting room. Exciting for us, the brand has grown and you can find our wines in stores throughout the Pacific Northwest and other states that have connected to the wines like Ohio, Texas, Maine and Alaska.
From the beginning it was also important for us to give back to our community. Initially we donated to a local women’s clinic… and we started using the tag line, Created By Women, In Support of Women. As we’ve grown so has our Network of Support… be it local charities, a place for women to gather at our winery or through events that remind us of the importance of taking time out with family and friends… to just have FUN!
Molly, Lisa and I are all in second careers. While we take our business and our wines very seiously we don’t take ourselves seriously, We work hard and play hard as you can see by this video and the Outake pictures
The reenactment of the Chocolate Factory was orchestrated by Working Girl Libby (Ethel) and Dan Sweetser. Molly was the supervisor and I played Lucy. I don’t how much chocolate we ate practicing for this but it was A Lot! Performed at the Sequim Chocolate Festival in 2005 & 2006. I would really like to try to do the Vitameatavegamin episode. Maybe soon.
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