Gift This! Support Women Artists, Makers, + Mover-Shakers

Featured on December 10, 2022

In our work, we’re lucky to be surrounded by talented makers in the wine world and beyond. We can’t help but share a few of their offerings, then, this holiday season. Our gift guide is made just for you—a fellow wine lover and supporter of hard working women. It remains  strangely hard to find goods from female business owners. so supporting their work takes a little research. We’ve got you covered with the selections below.

While you’ll find items from beloved winemakers in our community, no wines are listed here. If you want to know what we’re drinking, join our wine club>.  Still stumped? Make giving extra easy with a gift card>.

Happy browsing!


Post-Flirtation Art Print

We don’t normally judge wine by its label, but if we did, we’d put Martha Stoumen’s wines toward the top of the list. They’re so tasty that they belong there anyway! The quirky artwork for her debut blend was created by her husband Jon Patch and is finally available as an art print. Pick up a copy, and don’t forget to include some wine.

$25 from Martha Stoumen Wines >

Glassybaby Decanter Set

Who doesn’t love schmancy handblown glassware? Founded by four-time cancer survivor Lee Rhodes, Glassybaby offers light and hope in every creation–whether votives, drinking glasses, or decanters. Over the past two decades, the community-focused company has given $13 million to organizations that “provide hope and healing for people, animals, and the planet”.

Fern Coaster Set

Designed by Anna Brones, these bold coasters are based on original papercut art and made of Swedish birch veneer. Anna’s online shop is brimming with holiday cards, gifts, and inspiration. She even offers classes in papercut, for those who want to try their hand. After you’ve made your gift selections, be sure to check out her terrific new podcast about creativity.

$30 from Big Cartel>

Cabernet + Equal Pay Apron

We’ve shared this cheeky apron before, but since its message remains relevant (!) we’re sharing it again. Fun and unabashedly pro-woman, Amy Larson offers kitchen goods and swag under the name Overseasoned Amy. Other offerings include “Shuck the Patriarchy” tea towels with endearing oyster doodles, along with “I Scream for Reproductive Rights” tees emblazoned (predictably) with ice cream cones.

Pomegranate Infused Golden Balsamic Vinegar

Tangy and versatile, this is the specialty pantry item you didn’t know you needed. As owner of Tres Sabores Winery, Julie Johnson not only cultivated the first certified organic vineyard in Napa Valley, but used biodynamic methods to grow 150 pomegranate bushes on her St. Helena ranch. Her care, along with the sunshine of the valley, shines in every drop.

The Whole Duck Cookbook

Most anyone who’s crossed paths with Jennifer Reichardt knows her as a force of positivity and one of the hardest working women in Sonoma County. A winemaker and a duck farmer, Jen shares secrets of her hospitality and culinary prowess in The Whole Duck (Cameron + Co., Nov. 2022). From duck skin chicharrones to duck-fig sausages, this book covers classic and creative preparations. No duck on hand? Have some shipped from Jen’s family farm.


$35 from Booklarder>


Tall Grass Food Box

What better way to support Black farmers than by directly buying their produce? That was the impetus behind  Tall Grass Food Box,  founded by Gabrielle Carter, Derrick Beasley, and Gerald Harris. (You might recognize Gabrielle from the award-winning series “High on the Hog”.) If you’re lucky enough to live within a certain radius of Durham, North Carolina, then you can buy a subscription to the Tall Grass Food Box. Otherwise, you, can support them with a donation or a “Pay Black Farmers” tee.

$22.50+ from Tall Grass Food Box>


Female Farmer Project Tee

Female Farmer Project is a multi-platform documentary endeavor chronicling women in agriculture. Founder Audra Mulkern is a 2019 James Beard Award nominee and has consistently worked to advocate Twenty percent of sales from this comfy, sustainably made t-shirt supports female farmers.


$34 from Public Goods>

"Adelante" Worker's Bandana

Yep, that’s our very own swag you see here, designed by our comrade Lisa Hobro. With the phrase “Adelante!” (“Forward”) this bandana offers a message of goodwill to not only lift spirits for all, but to raise money for the well-being of workers. Half of proceeds benefit Farmworker Justice, an organization which empowers seasonal and migrant farmworkers. The other half supports our work here at Woman-Owned Wineries.


$22.00 from Big Cartel>

Feminist Party Trucker Hat

Winning our vote for cutest logo, The Feminist Party brings good vibes and offers damn good wine. Sonja Magdevski, who we interviewed back in 2020, oversees this and several other brands in Santa Barbara County. We’re fascinated by her work to build community through uniquely compelling interdisciplinary winery events that have included authors, artists, and astrophysicists. The Feminist Party advocates for “radical inclusion” … We’ll drink to that!

$25 from Casa Dumetz >

Supermajority Tee

Election season may be over, but there’s never a bad time to organize and unite with like minds. Woman-Owned Wineries is proud to be in partnership with the powerhouse organization Supermajority, which advocates for women with an intersectional lens. We love this tee shirt as a reminder that women present strength in numbers. Whether or not you buy it, join their free membership platform to tune into a range of issues.


$25 at Supermajority>

Juno Jones Utility Boots

We just plain covet these boots. (Santa, are you listening?) If you’re a woman who has worked in a winery cellar or perhaps a construction environment, then you know how hard it is to find steel-toe boots with proper fit, not to mention style. Emily Soloby, who began her career as a legal advocate for domestic violence victims, set out to solve this problem. Juno Jones Safety Boots are hand crafted by fourth-generation bootmakers in a family-run facility in Mexico. Check ’em out!


$259 from Juno Jones>


Underbelly Yoga Subscription with Jessamyn Stanley

At the holidays, we’re sipping cocktails and nibbling hors d’oeuvres, but (if the past is any indication) tomorrow we’ll turn a new leaf for a while. Jessamyn Stanley can guide you to better health, with zero guilt. Named one of the “Most Creative People in Business” in 2017, Stanley is a longtime advocate for body positivity, self-acceptance, and diversity in the wellness world. Her new app Underbelly offers subscription yoga classes and community.


$19.99/mo. from Underbelly>

Wellness Pin

Lately, we’ve heard from some of you that you’re cutting back on alcohol. Our friends at A Balanced Glass work to help folks in the alcohol biz and beyond stay healthy, including through the encouragement of moderate drinking. We appreciate their efforts so much! Join their community for free, then consider picking up some of their quality merch, including this elegant logo piece that’s a sober-conscious spin on a traditional sommelier’s pin.

$10 from A Balanced Glass>


Vital Winery Farmworker Support

Vital Winery pledges to improve equity in access to healthcare for vineyard workers in Washington State. Led by our former board member Ashley Trout, Vital invites wine lovers to not only enjoy great wine (seriously, that rose!) but make monetary contributions that give winery workers quality healthcare or a day off. Maybe, just maybe, this is your chance to change a life.

$35+ from Vital Winery