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11 Black-owned wine brands we love

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For decades, Black-owned wine brands have created and produced quality, award-winning wines. I applaud their resilience and growth. As a wine lover, I want to help introduce young and seasoned brands to open-minded consumers nationwide.

Black-owned wine brands and vineyards offer extensive wine collections, so selecting just one to highlight from each brand makes me want to binge shop their entire catalog… Don’t tell my husband! I’ve rounded up a mix of red, white, and sparkling options from some of my favorite Black winemakers, all available to order online from retailers like Drizly. Cheers!

1. Wade Cellars 2019 Three by Wade Blanc

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The celeb behind this wine brand is former pro basketball player Dwayne Wade.

Wade Cellars, by the one and only Dwayne Wayde, assembled an all-star team to make this medium-bodied white wine that’s perfect for easing into spring. You’ll taste notes of crisp melon with subtle lemon notes, plus a dry oak finish.

Get 2019 Three by Wade Blanc on Drizly for $22.99

2. McBride Sisters Collection Black Girl Magic 2019 California Rosé

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This rosé is the best-selling wine from the McBride Sisters Collection.

As the largest Black-owned wine company in the U.S., the McBride Sisters Wine Collection develops wines inspired by the magic and resilience of Black women. This complex dry rosé is a best seller—the fresh citrus notes complement the underlying sweet berries and provides a delightful amount of acid. This pink drink will liven up any summer cookout.

Get McBride Sisters Black Girl Magic 2019 California Rosé on Drizly for $20.49

3. Maison Noir Wines "New Noir"

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In addition to its wines, Maison Noir also produces a line of t-shirts.

Sommelier André Hueston Mack founded Maison Noir 15 years ago, after ditching his corporate office job to immerse himself in a passion for wine. Since then, his brand—known for bottles like OPP (Other People's Pinot), Love Drunk (a fruity rosé), and Horseshoes & Handgrenades (a full-bodied red)—has exploded, and the winemaker has been featured everywhere from The Wall Street Journal to Bon Appétit.

We love New Noir as a go-to white blend, which fuses Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Muscat, and Pinot Blanc grapes for a combination that's reminiscent of "stone fruit potpurri" (per Maison Noir's fitting description).

Get Maison Noir Wines New Noir on Drizly for $30

4. Edelheiss Red Wine

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Edelheiss works with vintners from the Valley of Zell in Germany to source its grapes.

Made with organic grapes grown in Germany, this sweet red smells like pungent cinnamon and warming cloves. Full-bodied with medium acidity and a smooth brandy finish, this vino is is excellent heated up for a calming mulled wine on a nippy night.

Get the Edelheiss Red Wine on Drizly for $21.99

5. Shoe Crazy Wines Sparkling Peach Mango

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The name for this wine brand came from the founder's love of shoes.

This refreshing effervescent beverage tickles the nose with juicy peaches. The sweet mango adds a nice orange color and a layer of flavor to round out this delicious sparkling wine.

Get Shoe Crazy Sparkling Peach Mango on VinoShipper for $15.99

6. Olé Orleans Wines Five O' Feaux

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This wine is a blend of grenache, cabernet, and merlot grapes.

Mardi Gras may have been canceled this year, but you can still laissez les bons temps rouler (let the good times roll) at home. Get your hands on a bottle of Five O' Feaux, a red blend that pays homage to Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans. It rich with notes of red berries and regional floras like peonies and roses. A great all-occasions wine.

Get Olé Orleans Five O' Feaux on VinoShipper for $26.99

7. FLO Chardonnay

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Flo wines offers two additional varietals, a red and a moscato.

Go with the FLO (an acronym for “For the Love of”) is a project by jazz pianist Marcus Johnson. This chardonnay is a fruit-forward white, tasting of apple and pear with minimal oak. It’s a lively libation best shared with friends.

Get Flo Chardonnay on Drizly starting at $13.49

8. P Harrell Wines 2019 Riesling

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P Harrell also offers a wine club subscription, available in 3-, 6-, or 12-bottle quantities.

This award-winning riesling honors the legacy of the founder Paula J. Harrell’s father and grandmother. Harrell describes it as bold and driven in its complexity and flavor, with light fizz and notes of tart green apple, star fruit, and lime. This dry white wine leaves a hint of chamomile on the palate.

Get P. Harrell 2019 Riesling for $26

9. Theopolis Vineyards 2018 Estate Grown Petite Sirah

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Theopolis Vineyards is located in California's Yorkville Highlands of the Anderson Valley.

Theopolis Vineyards is a small, hand-crafted winery located in California. Wine Enthusiast awarded 96 points to its 2018 Estate Grown Petite Sirah, which ties for the highest California Petite Sirah rating in at least 20 years from the company. This bold vino boasts bright berries, firm tannins, and robust spice.

Get Theopolis Vineyards 2018 Estate Grown Petite Sirah on Drizly for $41.80

10. Brown Estate 2018 Napa Valley Zinfandel

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The Brown Estate label was officially established in 1996, debuting its first vintages in 2000.

Established in 1996, Brown Estate has been working on this singular varietal for over 20 years. The vibrant scarlet tipple releases potpourri on the nose. It strikes a nice balance between sweet fruit and acidity for a smooth finish.

Get Brown Estate 2018 Napa Valley Zinfandel on Drizly for $39.99

11. Kai-Simone Winery Merlot

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Kai-Simone Winery is one of the newest wineries in Texas.

This family-run winery opened in 2019 in Spring Branch, Texas, about 35 miles north of San Antonio. Its merlot has already won bronze at the Lone Star International Wine Competition. A sip of this award-winning wine yields robust blackberry and plum with a delicate smoky finish.

Get Kai-Simone Merlot on VinoShipper for $34

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