Pantsuit Pinot Noir's Perfect Pairings

Pantsuit Pinot Noir, our Unapologetically Tasty Oregon Pinot Noir, is a wine that demands your attention. It's also a fantastic food pairing wine. We've rounded up some of our favorite recipes for pairing this perfect Pinot with during the cooler months. Get the recipes here.

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Emily Davis
DACA: What You Should Know & What You Can Do

Trump's decision to end DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy established by President Obama in 2012, is receiving some major backlash both in and out of the political arena. We've rounded up some required reading on DACA, what you need to know about it, what you can do and what could happen next. Find it here.

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Emily Davis
September Sipping: Find Your Perfect Pairing

September marks a a shift from one season to the next whether you're headed back to college, sending kids back to school, gearing up at work or simply saying goodbye to long, lazy summer days. It's a pretty perfect month if you ask us. The weather is typically lovely, the produce is abundant and there's a fresh whiff of change in the air that gives us a little charge of excitement. No matter what September brings for you, there's a NASTY WOMAN WINE for that. Check out our September Guide to Sipping to find your perfect wine match.

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Emily Davis
Meet a Nasty Woman: 5 Questions with Mona Das

Meet Mona Das.  Mona was born to Indian parents who immigrated to America when she was 8 months old with $6 in their pocket, and an unfailing desire to build a better life for their family. Mona’s parents imbued her with courage, determination, and a strong work ethic. Her commitment to equality—for immigrants, women, and anyone in our society who needs a stronger voice—motivated her to run for Congress. We asked Mona our five favorite questions that we want to know about every Nasty Woman. Read the full interview to learn more about Mona and how you can support her run for Congress here.

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Cards Against Humanity for Her: A Parody of the Pink Tax

Everyone's favorite party game, Cards Against Humanity, has just released Cards Against Humanity for Her. It's the exact same game but the box is pink and it costs $5 more. Why? To quote the game maker, "Because you're worth it. Avocado face peels. Wheatgrass hot yoga juice cleanse." Learn more about this parody of the pink tax and worthwhile cause here.

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Emily Davis
Meet a Nasty Woman: 5 Questions with Denise Lowe

Meet Denise Lowe.  Denise, aka the Goddess of Wine, is a wine educator committed to eliminating the snootiness and mystery around wine. She was raised by a Nasty Woman and is an outspoken supporter of Planned Parenthood and the ACLU. We asked her our five favorite questions that we want to know about every Nasty Woman. Read the full interview to learn more about Denise and the childhood memory that sparked her activism here.

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Emily Davis
If You're Not Pissed Off About the Senate Health Care Bill, You're Not Paying Attention

The Senate Health Care Bill to replace Obamacare is slated for a vote this month and if you’re not pissed off, you aren’t paying attention. If passed, this bill will leave 22 million Americans without health insurance at the end of a decade, according to the Congressional Budget Office Report. It also makes it more expensive to simply be a woman. Want to get pregnant? That’ll cost you more than it does now. Want to avoid getting pregnant? Those costs are going up to. This is just the tip of the iceberg, folks. This bill disproportionately impacts low income women and women of color. We’ve created a roundup of required reading on the bill and information on what you can do to stop it from passing here.

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Emily Davis
Meet a Nasty Woman: 5 Questions with Alessandra Lariu

Meet Alessandra Lariu.  Ale co-founded SheSays, a vibrant community of creatives with more than 30,000 women in 32 countries. Born in the Amazon jungle, she grew up in Rio de Janeiro, lived in Europe and has settled in Brooklyn, New York. Ale also loves cherries paired with rosé and a good Sancerre. We asked her our five favorite questions that we want to know about every Nasty Woman. Read the full interview to learn more about Ale’s work and her really great advice about how to change the status quo here.

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