Mia Mascarin-Oven is a fourth-generation wine maker living in Tulsa. She joined the family wine business, 32 Winds Wine, shortly after her father realized his own life-long dream of starting a wine business and opened the vineyard in 2009. Prior to joining the venture, she logged twenty plus years working in the energy industry.
Mia’s family left California and moved to Oklahoma, where she grew up and went to high school. She stayed close to her Italian immigrant family back in California through frequent visits to the family farm. She and her father, Ed Mascarin, decided to deepen their ties to their California roots by embarking on the adventure of starting a winery there. Her job duties are primarily accomplished remotely, so she is able to live anywhere and enjoys the city and lifestyle that Tulsa provides.
Mia is extremely passionate about giving back to the community and does so in a variety of ways. This interview shares more about Mia, her background of over a decade in the family wine business and why she thinks it’s important to give-back.
You can find 32 Winds online at: https://32WindsWine.com.