Rachael Horn is the head winemaker and owner of AniChe Cellars. Rachael bounced around careers and jobs in public education as a teacher and the hospitality industry for years before embarking on her winery adventure (teaching made her a lavish consumer of wine, restaurants/wine stewarding cultivated her palate). She finally decided what she wanted to be when she grew up in an epiphenomena: the sky opened up, golden light effused in a stream around her, etc, etc. In short, some poor soul who had been subject to her bountiful enthusiasm over a local winemaker’s vintage asked her “with so much passion for it, why don’t you make wine yourself?” Aha. A few years of self study and home winemaking led to the enrollment into the WSU Enology Cert program, and the birth of AniChe cellars. Rachael is the charming forty-something gal (looks early thirties after a few glasses…) wearing odd clothes and wine stained hands.
-Rachael's Summer Reading List-
Men Explain Things To Me by Rebecca Solnit
Hope In the Dark: Untold Histories, Wild Possibilities by Rebecca Solnit
The Mother of All Questions by Rebecca Solnit
Terroir And Other Myths of Winegrowing by Mark A. Matthews
Rachael has also renewed her subscription to The Nation Magazine