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High-Powered High Heels Returns on Oct. 11

by Press Release
August 23, 2019

St. Helena, Calif.—HALL Wines, one of the leading luxury wine brands in the country, has announced details for the second installment of its High-Powered High Heels panel conversation taking place on Friday, October 11 at HALL St. Helena. The discussion will include a star-studded line-up of successful risk-takers who will share unique stories from each of their respective careers. The conversation brings together women from a range of industries and backgrounds to discuss how each have chosen to make industry shifts throughout the course of their professional lives. The panel will collectively share industry insight as they aim to inspire.

“Get ready for an inspiring conversation with our distinguished panelists about how they have dealt with professional challenges and what transitions they have made,” says Vintner Kathryn Hall. “The discussion will be open not only to our guests in attendance, but also for anyone who wants to join on line and be a part of the conversation. So many women have faced similar decisions. We look forward to an insightful and fun afternoon.”

Panelists for the High-Powered High Heels 2019 includes:

Kathryn Hall, Owner – HALL Family Wines; New York Times Bestselling Author
Caroline LaBouchere – International Supermodel
Danica Patrick – Retired Race Car Driver, Entrepreneur, and Vintner, Somnium Wines
Tamera Mowry-Housley – Actress / Co-host “The Real” on KTVU Fox 2
Kieran Donahue, Vice President Brand Marketing & Digital for Marriott International
London Breed, the Mayor of San Francisco, will lead the discussion to include topics related to mid-career pivots, adjusting and embracing change in the workplace, the value of mentorships, career obstacles, and with ways to promote leadership and improve economic outcomes for women. After the 60-minute discussion, guests in attendance will be able to ask questions directly to the panelists.

High-Powered High Heel will be streamed live complimentary on from 1:30pm PST to 2:30pm PST. The event will be held at HALL St. Helena with limited tickets available for purchase and includes wine provided by HALL, WALT and BACA wines.

WHO: HALL Napa Valley

WHAT: High Powered High Heels, a curated panel of empowering and innovative women sharing insight from their respective careers

WHEN: Friday, October 11 2019, 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Live-stream available at

WHERE: HALL St. Helena, 401 St. Helena Hwy S., St. Helena, CA 94574

TICKETS: Limited tickets are available for $225 per person and include lunch paired with HALL, WALT and BACA wines. Purchase HERE.

For more information, please visit, follow on social @hallwines or by calling 707-967-2626.

HALL: The Art of Cabernet

HALL produces award-winning Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, available to taste and buy at two properties in Napa Valley as well as at Owned by Craig and Kathryn Hall, its vineyard collection features seven Estate vineyards, of which five are California Certified Organic (CCOF). Led by vice president and head winemaker Steve Leveque, HALL’s portfolio includes 19 distinctive Cabernet Sauvignon bottlings highlighting the finest vineyards and sub-appellations of the Napa Valley. The HALL St. Helena winery was the first LEED® Gold Certified Winery in the State of California in 2009 and earned another LEED® Gold certification for its high tech production facility and Tasting Room in 2014, making HALL a leader in green efficiencies. HALL’s 2008 ‘Kathryn Hall’ Cabernet earned the #2 spot in Wine Spectator’s “Top 100.” Two other bottlings, the ‘Exzellenz’ and ‘Rainin Vineyard’ Cabernet Sauvignons have garnered multiple 100 point ratings in recent years. For more information about HALL, please visit or by calling 707.967.2626.

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