This exhibit is the result of archival research and interviews on the role of women in Oregon's early wine history, conducted by Meghan Gillen and Amanda Maxwell as part of the Keck Summer Collaborative Research Program under the auspices of the Linfield Center for the Northwest. Gillen and Maxwell worked with Linfield adjunct faculty member Keni Sturgeon during the summer of 2012. The research drew from and expanded on archival material located at Linfield University as part of the Oregon Wine History Archive, and it highlighted the roles of women in the wine industry in the Willamette Valley during the early 1960s/1970s. The exhibit also spotlighted sections of other wine regions in the Northwest, such as Walla Walla and the Umpqua Valley. A physical exhibition, featuring information and artifacts, as well as personal stories from the vintners, was staged at the Jereld R. Nicholson Library during summer 2012.