Refinery29 Showcases the Lovely Ladies (and Gents) of Scribe Winery

The fashion blog's photo-shoot featured the young locals and their vino-centric passion project.


Wine is a sexy industry – after all, would you rather work in a vineyard or an accounting firm – but not typically a field associated with youth.

But after a few years of development the folks at Sonoma's have set out to change the stereotype – and received a lot of national attention in the process.

The latest: Refinery29, a national fashion and lifestyle site, highlighted the young vineyard with a photo shoot and interview with Scribe founders and employees.

You can see more of the Scribe virtual tour on Refinery29's website – though it centers more on the hip youths that run the winery than the gorgeous vineyards.

"We'd have to say that one of the most inspiring spots we've laid eyes on is Sonoma's relative newcomer, Scribe winery," reads the post. "What cultish Four Barrel is to the local coffee scene, that's pretty much what Scribe has become to the wine world in just three short years." 

Founder Andrew Mariani told the site that he sees the vineyard and winery as a celebration of our region.

"I love California, and I love the way that being a wine producer engages me with my native landscape," he said. "Scribe is a place that celebrates what is good about this part of the world."

Read the full piece here.

Albert David May 10, 2012 at 03:13 AM
The photos show the winery and the youthful staff in a very favorable way.
Suzanne Barbara May 10, 2012 at 07:25 PM
It's worth taking the time to have a look at these photos!
Elora May 10, 2012 at 10:22 PM
Nice to see the wine industry appealing to the younger set. The photos are very nice.


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