The 9 Best Wines from Black-Owned Vineyards of 2022

There’s nothing quite like sipping a crisp glass of rosé in the summer heat or basking in the warmth of a light Pinot Noir on a cool fall evening as the sun sets. It gives off an “ahhhh” vibe, and that’s what we’re here for.

Looking for new bottlings to complete your collection? Many of this year’s most exciting sips come from black-owned vineyards. From rich, classic reds to crisp, fresh whites, not to mention a few experimental wines that will make tongues wag, these are the bottles to pick up ASAP.

Our top picks

How many black-owned vineyards are there?

Just about a tenth of a percent of all wineries in the United States are black-owned, which translates to less than 100 operations. However, supporting these wineries, whether by purchasing their wines, making donations, or all of the above, is a great way to help foster diversity in the winery space.

We are fans of Association of African American Vintners, which was founded in 2002 to develop and encourage black winemakers and cellar owners. You can donate to him here. Wine Enthusiast also has a great guide to Black-owned wine labels around the world; just like VinePair, which breaks down Black-Owned Beverage Companies by State.

Order alcohol directly from you? drizzle allows consumers to search for black-owned labels. There is also BlackOak Wine Club, that supports and showcases black-owned wine brands.

How we chose these products

We searched for wines full of flavor from a wide range of black-owned wineries, many of which have won prestigious wine awards. We’ve also chosen to include some not-so-traditional wines from black-owned vineyards, including a naturally blue wine (yes, really!) and some very popular flower-based wines. Now go ahead and drink!

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Best red wine

Theopolis Vineyards 2019 Estate Grown Petite Sirah


Best white wine

Longevity Wines 2019 Chardonnay

The first and current vintage of this Chardonnay both earned 88 points from Wine Enthusiastso he has consistency on his side.

“This is a classic, clean, crisp California Chardonnay with just the right amount of woody richness,” said Phil Long, founder/winemaker at Longevity Wines.


Best sparkling wine

Bodkin Wines Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc – Cuvée Agincourt


Best rosé

McBride Sisters Black Girl Magic Rosé


Best mix

Maison Noir Wines Irons & Pomegranates

First of all, the branding of this wine (and all Maison Noir wines) is so cool. The brand was founded by sommelier André Hueston Mack in 2007, who was awarded America’s Best Young Sommelier by the Food and Wine Society. Chain of Rotisseries. His Horseshoes and hand grenades bottling is a blend of Oregon and Washington grapes. In the end, you get a very full-bodied and complex sip full of heat and red fruits.


Best madness wine

Brown Estate 2017 Big Dam Cabin

This big red comes at a big price, but it’s worth it. the Brown Estate 2017 Big Dam Cabin made with 100 percent Cabernet Sauvignon from the Brown Estate estate and spent 20 months aging in new French oak barrels. The nose starts with dark red berries, which give way to hints of caramel and green apple as it lingers in the glass. It’s complex, to say the least. And you can age it another 10 or so years, according to Brown Estate, for an even more nuanced sip.


Best wine to gift

Riesling 2020


Best Non-Traditional Wine

Love Geneva

Love Geneva is the first naturally blue wine in the world developed through the separation of anthocyanins and molecular gastronomy,” said Coviello Salinés, owner of Amour Genève. The skins are removed from the grapes and the pH is changed from acidic to alkaline to achieve color. has aromas of citrus and spring rain on the flowers, with flavors of white peach, grapefruit and passion fruit.


Best floral wine

Outdoor flower winery

This pack of floral delights is popular. It’s been out of stock since February last year, but don’t worry: the brand is taking pre-orders. This set includes four different wines from Free Range Flower Winery, all made with different flowers.

Lavender wine is “crisp and bold, effervescent,” says winemaker and founder Aaliyah Nitoto. Pink Hibiscus is “a luxurious electric ruby ​​red blend of rose and hibiscus blossoms, fruity when chilled and a bit spicy when swirled,” she continued, adding that he had won a silver medal at the Sunset International Wine Competition. Meanwhile, Marigold is “vibrant, juicy and polished with an invigorating, herbaceous finish”, and Rose Petal Wine has aromas of “wild roses, strawberries and autumn leaves” with “hints of white pepper and a silky, warm finish.”

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Shirley M. Pinder