- Good Times, June 2016. Santa Cruz Mountains and its Women Winemakers.
Findings from our studies are central to this article's reporting on winemakers in one of the oldest AVAs in California.(Studies are posted under "Our Studies" on our homepage).
- Women's Lifestyle Magazine, February 2016.
The authors argues that the wine world still seems to be dominated by men. Findings from our studies are among those cited in support of her conclusion.(posted under Our Studies on our homepage).
- Makers, May 2015. Where are all the Women Winemakers?.
Makers, the larges video collection of women's stories, reports on the results from our 2015 study (posted under Our Studies on our homepage). To quote,"To help these women gain momentum in the wine industry, you can familiarize yourself with some of the labels posted and purchase a bottle or two the next time you shop for wine. "
- The Wall Street Journal. May 2015.
Article by Lettie Teague, "Women Vintners Chip Away at the Wineglass Ceiling," reports on results from our 2015 study (posted under Our Studies on our homepage).
- Innovative Case Study Provides a 21St Century View on the Status of Winemakers who are Women.
Winebusiness.com. Today's Top Story for April 23, 2015: The 'best guess" scenario calculated from the Gilberts' innovative case study suggests a ceiling effect of 20 percent.
Article by Leah Arnold-Smeets, "It's My Career and I'll 'Wine' if I Want To" that contains data from and discussion of our studies of women winemakers.
- Miss Make It Simple Sister.
Article by a blogger that highlights the study by Lucia and John Gilbert that proportional to their representation in the field women winemakers are more highly acclaimed than their male counterparts.
- Women in the World.
Despite the fact that half of the graduates from the UC Davis Enology and Viticulture program are females, only about 10% of the lead winemakers in the state are women. Is the "old-boys club phenomenon at work?
- Gentry Magazine Article.
Article by Jill Layman, "Move over, Bacchus; from vine to glass, more and more women are finding their place in Northern California wine country," citing our research and featuring Shelley Rafanelli as a fourth-generation winemaker.
- Associated Press (AP), A global news agency.
Our Feature of the Month! Article by Michelle Locke, September 25, 2012, "Raise a Glass! Women Winemakers Winning Success," reporting on the results of our second study.
- WineTales a Cyber-Magazine, V3.0 October 2012.
Article by Payne Johnson entitled, "Women winemakers Why So Few: Interview with Professor Lucia Gilbert, who has researched talented women making wine."
- San Jose Mercury News.
Article, "Women winemaker in California winning success, Santa Clara University Study finds," reporting on our second study. Also widely reported in other newspapers around the country and on online, including the San Francisco Chronicle, the LA Times, the Poughkeepsie Journal, Lake Michigan Shore, The Salt Lake Tribune, The Economic Times, and Washington Examiner; Association for Psychological Science (APS), DUMBWIRE News, Finance.yahoo.com, and LifeInc.com.
"Women excel as vintners in California's wine industry." Radio interview with host Randol White, September 30, 2012.
- WineRadio Wine Dine Talk.
Interview with radio host Lynn Krielow Chamberlain regarding our research on California women winemakers, August 24, 2012.
- Kate Jones, July 2012.
Article reporting on our study, "Women Winemakers Have Made It in a Male-Dominated Field".
- Thirsty Girl.
Article entitled, "Wine Wednesday * Women are #1", which reports on data from our study.
Article by Craig Donofrio entitled, "Women Winemakers Lead Quality Charge", that reports on the importance of our study.
Today's Top Story for Tuesday, July 17, 2012: More women at acclaimed wineries.
- Wines & Vines Wine Industry News Headlines.
Article by Kate Lavin, "More women at acclaimed wineries: Study correlates winemaker gender with wineries in Opus Vino," reporting on our second study of California wineries and their winemakers. (Studies are available under the Winemaker Data tab)
- Wine Crush.
Interview with Professor Lucia Gilbert about the purposes of the website, Women Winemakers in California, and the responses it has received from the trade, the public, and the women winemakers themselves.
- Two Guys from Napa.
Article entitled, Women Winemakers of California, which reports on data from our study and its importance.
- De olho nelas.
Interview for a Brazilian newspaper - Jornal do Commercio Recife about the California Women Winemakers Project.
- Decanter.com News.
Article by Panos Kakaviatos, California female winemakers facing 'glass ceiling': Study, reporting on the results of the study on California wineries with women as the lead or primary winemakers. Decanter is a prestigious publication and has a broad international readership.
- Wines & Vines Wine Industry News Headlines.
Article by Kerry Kirkham, "Women Winemakers Go Online: New website details career paths for women in the wine industry," describing the excitement generated by the project and its future steps.
- The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Blogs On Wine.
Article by Lettie Teague, "Whither Women Winemakers," noting the importance of the website and project. Please note the clarification provided by Lucia Albino Gilbert, "I wish to clarify some confusion about the winery search option. The wineries listed on the website are the CURRENT wineries for which women winemakers are the winemaker. As is stated on the home page, 'our searchable web-based resource introduces you to California's talented women winemakers and the wineries for which they craft their wine.'"
- California Wine Examiner Headlines.
Steve Ferree, "New website on Women Winemakers launches online," notes the exciting website, the data on California wineries with women as the lead or primary winemakers, and the importance of making career paths more visible.
- Wine Business.com.
"Press Release: New Website on Women Winemakers Launches Online - Provides accurate data, highlights career paths, accomplishments and research Indicating women have not yet shattered the glass ceiling in this field."
- Reuters, a global news agency.
Article by Leslie Gevirtz, "Women winemakers still battle glass ceiling: study," reporting on the results of the study on California wineries with women as the lead or primary winemakers. Please note the clarification provided in an on-line comment: "We would like to make an important correction: Professor Lucia Albino Gilbert was the sole researcher on this project."