Vin de Filles

From vines to bottle, we present to you a 100% female produced wine called ‘Vin de Filles’.

About our Project

Our fellowship of women was founded in 2020 and continues to evolve. We voluntarily care for specific rows of vines at the Page Springs House Mountain and Dos Padres vineyards. Working with the vines for their entire growing cycle, we are lucky to bring our harvest into the cellar to ferment, press, and bottle the fruit of our labor.

The mission of this wine has been to highlight the vitality and feminine strength within the world of wine. This project has allowed us to extend the empowerment of women not only in the wine industry but to women in the community. The majority of the net profit sales of this wine are donated to The Verde Valley Sanctuary, a local nonprofit that supports women who have been involved in domestic abuse, assault, and human trafficking.

About the Wine

House Mountain Syrah co-fermented with Dos Padres Malvasia in a wild fermentation process. Syrah takes the lead contributing bright and jammy fruits, while the Malvasia delivers a bouquet of crushed violets. This wine is bright and fresh, feminine and strong, sanguine and cheerful. The juxtaposition of these traits mirrors the beautiful tenacity of the women who created it.

Only 77 cases produced

2021 Vintage Release Party

We will host our 2nd annual Vin de Filles Release party on October 16 and 17th, 2022 at Page Springs Cellars. The dinner will be served outdoors on the vineyard deck as the sun sets. Each of the five courses will be prepared by talented female chefs and paired with wine made by the hands of women.

Net proceeds from tickets and a silent auction to continue to raise money for The Verde Valley Sanctuary. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook or email

Tickets are available by clicking here.

Listen to this episode from Wine Women on Radio Misfits on Spotify. VIN DE FILLES: An Arizona Women’s Wine Project Not only does Arizona have a thriving wine industry, but there’s a vast breadth of talented women working there in the industry to bring women-made, women-supported, and women-affiliated wines to market.