Black wine is as popular as ever and the wine category overall has grown tremendously over the past few years. More people have been getting into wine culture as a hobby especially over the past year. One great resource if you’re looking into getting into wine or just want to learn a little bit more is Wino Noire which is a community for burgeoning wine lovers. You can check this black woman owned company out for everything from virtual wine tastings to accessories to make your experience even better. Of course, you also need the star of the show, and below you will find a selection of black owned wine brands to support. As always, if you don’t see what you’re looking for here, check out our directory for more.
Shoe Crazy Wine was created by Gwen hurt and her daughter Brittny after a year recuperating from a serious car accident that happened while they were retrieving Gwen’s things from her former workplace after downsizing. The duo did not let that keep them down and used it as motivation to create and grow Shoe Crazy Wine. Now they have a full line of affordable wines and they also contribute to charitable causes as well.
The CEO of Curvy Betty Wines took on the mission of creating a high quality wine all while completing her Master’s Degree in Education. Defeating a steep learning curve, she launched her brand of luxury wines and put her passion on display. You can order one of the varieties if you live in the Atlanta area right now.
Started by three best friends from Queens, Esrever Wines is truly a labor of love. With 5 years of hard work at their backs, the brand became more than just a vision an idea in 2017. Now, this black owned wine brand is poised to grow with its three leaders more experienced and ready to continue the brand’s growth.
Sun Goddess wine is a collaboration between Mary J. Blige and Mario Fantinel. The two types of white wine are both light and fruity and available in locations across the US and EU.
This Black Owned Wine Brand, the Davidson Wine Company is headquartered in Davidson, North Carolina. The brand is owned by Lindsey Williams and her husband Aerik. Their goal was make great wine locally that is also affordable. Sourcing their grapes globally, Davidson offers up multiple varietals for any style of taste buds.
Black Girls and Boards is not a company, it’s a community. One of the most traditional ways to enjoy your wine is with a charcuterie board and there is a thriving online community of black women who enjoy the art of building them. Go check out the Black Girls and Boards instagram feed and you will find hundreds of black women who can help create the most magnificent boards whether its just for you, or an entire group of people. Plan ahead and place an order and have the perfect night with your boards and bottles.