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Black-Owned Wineries To Support

Support Black-owned wineries! Below you will find a list of Black-owned wineries you can visit and buy wine from today.

Yes, you are correct. There are not nearly enough wineries on this list. We need more Black-owned wineries, importers, and distributors in this country. So let’s support these businesses by continually buying their wines while we help launch more Black-owned wineries. ⁠⠀
Most of these are small, local businesses scattered all around the US. But several of these wines just launched in the New York market, which means you will be able to drink many of these wines at the Mansion once we are open again.

Ways to support these businesses: ⁠⠀

  • Follow + engage with them on social media⁠ (our Instagram post has as many of the wineries as Instagram would let us tag, so you can easily follow them on social)
  • Buy their wine (you can order direct, look for stores near you that carry their wines or ask your local wine bar or restaurant to carry their wine)⁠⠀
  • Share info about the wineries to your social media accounts ⠀
  • Share their page with your friends ⁠⠀
  • Plan a trip to visit the wineries with tasting rooms (once we can finally all travel again)⁠⠀

Black-Owned Wineries You Can Visit:


Brown Estate: Make an appointment to visit their tasting room in Napa Valley.

Charles Wine Company: Offers blending classes and events at their tasting room in Lodi during normal business hours.

Corner 103: Visit the tasting room in downtown Sonoma. You can also book a reservation for an educational wine tasting experience.

Indigené Cellars: You can schedule at private tastings at their Carmel and Paso Robles locations.

J. Moss Wines: Make an appointment to visit their tasting room in Napa Valley.

Pacific Northwest:

Abbey Creek Vineyard: Make an appointment to visit their tasting room in North Plains, Oregon.


Davidson Wine Co: Appointments can be made to visit their tasting room in Davidson, North Carolina through Resy.

Olé Orleans: Make an appointment to visit their tasting room at Landry Vineyards in New Orleans, Lousiana.

Jenny Dawn Cellars: Walk-ins are welcome at their tasting room in Wichita, Kansas.

Taste Collection Cellars: You can visit their tasting room at Trez Art & Wine Bar in Houston, Texas or make a reservation for one of their wine events.


Lovelee Wine: They host various wine and travel events in New Jersey.

Zafa Wines: Walk -ins are welcome at their tasting room in Burlington, Vermont.

(Note: some of these tasting rooms may be temporarily closed or operating on limited hours due to Covid-19 restrictions.) 

Wine Clubs You Can Join:

Wines You Can Buy Directly Online:

Full List of Black Owned Wineries:

Send us a message with any businesses we missed and we’ll add them to the list.

Special thanks to @roseandchambray, @arkrepublic, and @mcbridesisters as we learned about some new wineries from their awesome posts.⁠

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