1 hour 14 minutes 29 seconds
March 9, 2021
This interview is with Tiquette Bramlett. She shared about growing up with food and wine around the table where she observed the culture and conversation that surrounded it. She went to Chapman University where she studied music and was around more wine. After college, she shared that she was diagnosed with cancer, and later in the interview she explained the concept behind Redolent Tiquette’s Piquette wine which her friends started and raises money for ThyCa.
Tiquette told the story of how she ended up in Oregon, and what brought her to Anne Amie where she worked for five years in the tasting room and as a Brand Ambassador. She shared what her time at Anne Amie was like, and then moved on to speak about her role at Abbey Creek Cellars.
Tiquette finished the interview by describing her work with Assemblage, and her successful start with her own organization, Our Legacy Harvested. She shared her hopes and goals for the future, and concluded with what wine’s role in society is.
This interview was conducted by Rich Schmidt at Mac Market in McMinnville on March 9, 2021.
Some oral history interviews are conducted on site and may contain background noise from nature, winery, or tasting room operations.