From a family-run Champagne house to a Chicago n\u00e9gociant, Black-owned wine labels abound. Here, a list of companies to seek out from the U.S., France, South Africa and beyond.\r\n\r\nTo share additional assets to include in this list, please email email@example.com.\r\nUnited States\r\nAbbey Creek Vineyard: Oregon\u2019s first Black vineyard owner and winemaker, Bertony Faustin began crafting his wines in 2008. The Willamette Valley bottlings range from Chardonnay to a late-harvest Gew\u00fcrztraminer.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAlexis George Wines: Founder George named this Lodi, CA winery after his two children. It produces Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot and Moscato.\r\n\r\nAmour Gen\u00e9ve: To make the world\u2019s first blue wine, Coviello Salines figured out a way to add natural pigmentation from Italian Nebbiolo grapes to fermenting Spanish Verdejo.\r\n\r\nBodkin Wines: Founded by Chris Christensen in 2011, this Sonoma, CA-based winery was the first to create sparkling Sauvignon Blanc in the U.S.\r\n\r\nBrown Estate: Bassett and Marcela Brown bought an abandoned Napa Valley ranch in 1980 and turned it into the region\u2019s first Black-owned winery. The label debuted its own line of wines in 2000.\r\n\r\nCharles Wine Company: Founded by Paul Charles, De\u2019Ondre Charles and Dr. Cherise Moore in the Sierra foothills of eastern Lodi, Charles Wine specializes in Zinfandel, Symphony, Chardonnay & Pinot Noir.\r\n\r\nCharles Woodson Intercept: After a stint in Napa Valley, former NFL star Charles Woodson launched Intercept, which sources grapes from California's Central Coast.\r\n\r\nChosen Family Wines: Former NBA star Channing Frye had an epiphany after tasting some Oregon Pinot years ago. His "passion project" turned into a full blown obsession by the time he launched Chosen Family Wines with his "chosen family," Jacob, a business strategist, and Chase, the winemaker and grower.\r\n\r\nCorner 103: Named after the location of its downtown Sonoma tasting room, Corner 103 is the brainchild of former financier Lloyd Davis.\r\n\r\nDarjean Jones Wines: Owner/Winemaker Dawna Darjean Jones, Ph.D. is behind this California label that sources from well-known vineyards in Napa and Sonoma.\r\n\r\nDavidson Wine Co.: Owner Lindsey Williams opened this North Carolina urban winery in 2019. By using sources from around the world, she\u2019s able to produce over a dozen different wines.\r\n\r\nDavine Wines: Elena "Davine" Smith owns this label that produces Chardonnay, Moscato and bottled sangria, among others.\r\n\r\nDomaine Curry: Ayesha and Sydel Curry, wife and sister of NBA star Stephen Curry, debuted their new label with the 2016 vintage. They currently produce a Cabernet Sauvignon and a Sauvignon Blanc.\r\n\r\nEarl Stevens Selections: Rap veteran Earl Stevens, also known as E-40, founded his own wine line in 2013. He is also behind the Tequila line, E. Cuarenta.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nENAT Winery: Located in East Oakland, Herb Houston and Debbie Gebeyehu started ENAT in 1999. The winery specializes in tej, a traditional Ethiopian honey wine.\r\n\r\nEsrever Wines: Jasmine Dunn, Tyshemia Ladson, and Ashanti Middleton founded their New York wine label in 2018. It currently offers a Pinot Grigio/Moscato white blend.\r\n\r\nEunice Chiweshe Goldstein Winery: Actor/Writer Eunice Chiweshe Goldstein added Oregon\u2019s first Black female winery owner to her resum\u00e9 in 2018. The brand currently bottles a Blanc de Blanc and a Pinot Noir.\r\n\r\nFLO Wine: Musician Marcus Johnson expanded his musical publishing business with wine in 2012. The line's offerings include a red blend, Chardonnay and Moscato.\r\n\r\nFog Crest Vineyard: This Russian River Valley-based winery was founded by Rosalind Manoogian with husband, James in 1997. They focus on Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.\r\n\r\nFree Range Flower Winery: Founders Aaliyah Nitoto and Sam Prestianni source local, organic flowers for this Oakland, CA-based winery. Small-batch offerings include lavender and rose wines.\r\n\r\nFrichette Winery: Shae Frichette is co-owner of this winery in Washington\u2019s Red Mountain appellation. Seven varieties go into the line with an annual production of 2,000 cases.\r\n\r\nIndigen\u00e9 Cellars: Raymond Smith is behind this family-run Carmel Valley, CA, winery established in 2008.\r\n\r\nJ. Moss Wines: James and Janet Moss founded their small family winery in 2000. They source from their own small Napa Valley vineyard, as well as other notable sites in the region.\r\n\r\nJenny Dawn Cellars: In 2016, Jennifer MacDonald, owner/winemaker, established the first urban winery in Wichita, Kansas. With grapes from both California and Kansas, she is the state\u2019s first African-American winemaker.\r\n\r\nLa F\u00eate du Ros\u00e9: Founder Donae Burston\u2019s previous career included working with luxury wine brands. His ros\u00e9 label, produced at Saint-Tropez's Domaine Bertaud Belieu, launched across the U.S. in 2019.\r\n\r\nLe Loup Gris: Partners James Pendergrass, Pete Coticchia and Michael Jeter launched this California label in 2014, and named it after the grey wolves that once roamed the Napa Valley.\r\n\r\nL\u2019Objet Noir: Winemaker Dan Glover is behind this Sonoma-based label. Grapes for the line's Pinot Noir are sourced from the renown Bacigalupi Vineyard.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nLongevity Wines: Founded in 2008 by Phil Long, also president of the Association of African American Vintners, this Livermore Valley, CA, winery produces Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay bottlings.\r\n\r\nLove Cork Screw: After 17 years in the industry, n\u00e9gociant Chrishon Lampley established her own wine brand in 2013. The label\u2019s various offerings are available throughout the Chicago area.\r\n\r\nLVE Collection: Musician John Legend teamed up with Napa Valley\u2019s Raymond Vineyard in 2015 to create the LVE wine label.\r\n\r\nL\u2019Tonya Renee Red Blend: Actor Tonya Ren\u00e9e Banks launched her own wine label in 2018. The company's red blend is made in partnership with Livermore Valley\u2019s Longevity Wines.\r\n\r\nMarkell-Bani: Lifelong friends Gregory Markell Lawrence and Sean Bani Yisrael are behind this label based in Cincinnati, Ohio. The two wines are crafted from Concord and Niagara grapes grown in Pennsylvania.\r\n\r\nMaison Noir Wines: Sommelier and winemaker Andr\u00e9 Hueston Mack launched his Willamette Valley, OR, brand in 2007. In addition to bottles, Maison Noir Wines includes an online shop with wine-inspired T-shirts.\r\n\r\nMcBride Sisters: Not only do Andr\u00e9a and Robin McBride runs this wine label that sources from California and New Zealand, they also created the SHE CAN professional development scholarship fund for women in the wine industry.\r\n\r\nMcClain Cellars: With a location in Laguna Beach and one in Santa Barbara County, Jason & Sofia McClain's rock and roll tastingroom-cum-lounge offers cheekily-named wines with a laid back vibe.\r\n\r\nMeadows Estate Vineyard and Winery: In the Umpqua Valley of Southern Oregon, Meadows Estate, formerly known as MarshAnne Landing, aims to make "Out-of-This-World Wines" from Bordeaux and Rhone varieties grown on their 17-acre vineyard.\r\n\r\nMichael Lavelle Wines: Founded by friends\u00a0Aaron "Michael" Coad, Terrence "Lavelle" Low, Devin Kennedy and Brandon Crump, this company aims to bring wine to underrepresented communities.\r\n\r\nMichael Rose Cellars: Just north of Paso Robles, CA lies this San Miguel winery that produces small-lot, estate-grown wines. The range includes Syrah, Chenin Blanc, Alicante Bouschet and other varieties.\r\n\r\nMYX Fusions: Musician Nikki Minaj created this line of sangrias and flavored Moscatos, which launched in 2013.\r\n\r\nOkapi Wines: Dan and Kim Johnson turned a Napa Valley walnut orchard into Jungle Love Vineyard in 2006. Today, it produces ros\u00e9, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, among others.\r\n\r\nOle\u2019 Orleans Wines: New Orleans native Kim Lewis established her label in 2018 from local Louisiana vineyards. It offers semi-sweet and dry white wines.\r\n\r\nP. Harrell Wines: San Francisco native Paula Harrell founded her Sonoma County label in 2015. The line includes a Riesling, a Zinfandel, and an Aglianico and Syrah ros\u00e9.\r\n\r\n\r\nSapiens: Co-founder Tolu Obikunle was inspired to create a range of non-alcoholic wines because she often sought alcohol-free options while networking with colleagues on Wall Street. Sapiens offers a Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo blend, and a sparkling ros\u00e9, both with 0% abv (alcohol by volume).\r\nShoe Crazy Wine: Founder Gwen Hurt, along with daughter Brittny, are behind this Virginia label. They work with vineyards in California, Washington and Bordeaux.\r\n\r\nSimply Love Wines: This Chicago-based brand is the dream of Barbara Jackson. She created the label in 2013, with grapes from Napa Valley.\r\n\r\nSip & Share Wines: With grapes from Lodi, California, Owner Nicole Kearney crafts her vegan wines in Indiana. After experimenting with sangrias, she unveiled her Seven Words Wine Collection in 2019.\r\n\r\nSosabe Wines: Cape Verdean Nuias DePina worked at Raymond Vineyards before starting his own Napa Valley label in 2003.\r\n\r\nStoney Wines: Established in 2019, Winemaker Donna Stoney is Oregon\u2019s first Black female winemaker. A portion of sales proceeds is donated to support programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.\r\n\r\nStover Oaks Vineyard & Winery: In 2004, Lou and Jan Garcia took over this El Dorado, CA, estate. They source grapes from their own five-acre vineyard as well as other sites throughout California.\r\n\r\nStuyvesant Champagne: Named after Bedford-Stuyvesant, the Brooklyn, NY, neighborhood, Marvina Robinson debuted her Champagne brand in 2020. The label\u2019s vineyards are in Champagne\u2019s Marne Valley, the Ardre Valley and the Aisne.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nTaste Collection Cellars: Owner Rhonda Russell bases her brand in Houston with wines from Lodi, CA.\r\n\r\nTheopolis Vineyards: Attorney Theodora Lee founded her five-acre Mendocino County, CA, vineyard in 2003. She\u2019s received widespread acclaim for her Petite Sirah bottlings.\r\n\r\nTympany Vineyards: Louis Jordan harvested his first Sonoma County vintage in 2006. He currently specializes in Cabernet Sauvignon.\r\n\r\nVina Sympatica: Founder Sherrijon Gaspard is behind this line of red, white and violet sparkling wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Colombard.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nVirgo Cellars: Winemaker Stefanie Jackson established this Oakland, CA-based urban winery in 2007. She sources her grapes from throughout California.\r\n\r\nVision Cellars: Owner Edward Lee \u201cMac\u201d McDonald established this Sonoma County label in 1995. He is also notable the founder of the Association of African American Vintners.\r\n\r\nWade Cellars: NBA star Dwayne Wade partners with Napa Valley\u2019s Pahlmeyer wines for this label established in 2015. The three-bottle line includes a red blend, a ros\u00e9 and a white wine.\r\n\r\nWachira Wines: Kenyan-American Dr. Christine Wachira founded this Alameda, CA, urban winery in 2019. Also serving as the winemaker, Wachira sources from throughout California.\r\n\r\nWandering Wines: Headquartered in Coconut Grove, FL, Wandering Wines' line includes Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and others from Maule Valley, Chile. Co-founder Mathias Kiwanuka is the grandson of Uganda's first prime minister, and was a 2006 first-round NFL draft pick and played nine seasons with the New York Giants.\r\n\r\nWifey Brands: Veneto-grown Raposo grapes star in Wifey Sparkling Ros\u00e9, which launched in October 2019.\r\n\r\nZafa Wines: Vigneronne Krista Scruggs, a Wine Enthusiast 40 Under 40 honoree, produces bottles from biodynamic hybrid varieties, coferments with cider apples, and uses grapes from both Vermont and Texas.\r\nFrance\r\nArmand de Brignac: Hip hop legend Jay-Z, also known as Shawn Carter, is behind this brand, made in partnership with the Cattier family in Chigny-les-Roses, Champagne.\r\n\r\nCheurlin Champagne: NBA star Isiah Thomas partnered with Thomas Cheurlin to bring this Champagne to the U.S. market in 2017.\r\n\r\nLa Fete du Ros\u00e9: Founder and CEO Donae Burston launched this ros\u00e9 from St. Tropez in 2019 with the goal to reach multicultural drinkers. Burston makes donations on behalf of La Fete to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and Color of Change.\r\n\r\nMarie Ce\u0301saire: The sister-and-brother team Marie-In\u00e9s and Ja\u00efro Romell founded this Champagne house in 2015. The sparkling wines are produced from grapes grown in \u00c9cueil.\r\n\r\n\r\nGermany\r\nEdelheiss Wine: Founders Rodney E. Foster and Reemt Peters produce these organic German wines. The line includes a fortified red wine and two sparkling wines.\r\nItaly\r\nIl Palazzone: New Yorker Richard Parsons bought this Tuscan estate in 2000. He visits Italy for harvest and blending, including the label\u2019s Brunello di Montalcino.\r\nKenya\r\nSaikeri Estate: Farming two hours outside of Nairobi, in the Great Rift Valley, Winemaker Mukami Mwarania is one of few vintners in Kenya.\r\n\r\n\r\nSouth Africa\r\nAdama Wines: A part of the Bosman Adama Group, this majority Black-owned wine company is also 30% owned by women.\r\n\r\nAslina Wines: Established by South Africa\u2019s first Black female winemaker, Ntsiki Biyela, Aslina offers varietal red and white wines as well as a Bordeaux-style red blend called Umsasane, or The Martiarch.\r\n\r\nBayede: Offers a vast array of wines that are sourced from throughout the Cape Winelands, including Stellenbosch, Robertson, Franschhoek and Paarl.\r\n\r\nBlouvlei Wines: At this brand from Mont du Toit Cellar, employees have ownership stake and a direct interest in the sale of the wines.\r\n\r\nBot\u00e9bo Wines: Located in Jacobsdal, Bot\u00e9bo is a nearly 120-acre farm, approximately 44 of which are under vine and produce a range of selections.\r\n\r\nCape Dreams: This brand strives to make an impact through dedication to a variety of notable projects and initiatives, including the Biodiversity Wine Initiative and WIETA accreditation.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nCarmen Stevens Wines: Established winemaker Carmen Stevens has launched her own line of wines thanks to the support of angel funding through Naked Wines.\r\n\r\nCompagniesdrift: This Black empowerment business is jointly owned by the Myburgh Family Trust and the Meerlust Workers Trust, which is comprised of 72 people with long-standing relationships to three long-established local wine farms.\r\n\r\nDoornkraal Wines: The Doornkraal farm features small-scale wine production that utilizes traditional methods like high-density planting and non-mechanical cultivation.\r\n\r\nEarthbound: Produced in Papkuilsfontein, outside Darling on the Cape West Coast, the portfolio of wines is organically produced in line with Fairtrade principles.\r\n\r\nEpicuriean Wine: Established by four friends with a passion for wine, this brand sources grapes from various vineyards across the Cape, particularly in Stellenbosch for red grapes and Elgin for white grapes.\r\n\r\nFairvalley: Established by the Fairvalley Farm Workers Association, which currently boasts more than 60 member families of the organization, the Fairtrade-certified brand produces a quality value-minded range of red and white wines.\r\n\r\nFive\u2019s Reserve: This range of wines is a co-owned by Van Loveren Family Vineyard and its Employee Trust, with 100% of the grapes sourced from the company\u2019s empowerment initiative, De Goree.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHouse of Mandela: With lineage and legacy to Madiba, through imagery, name and presentation, the House of Mandela wines strive to tell stories of the rainbow nation and offer a bridge between past, present and future.\r\n\r\nImvula Wines: Established by Siyabonga Mvula, Imvula is a 100% Black-owned South African wine brand that offers a range of wines sourced from the Robertson district of the Western Cape.\r\n\r\nInkosi Wines: A brand from Mayime Winery and the Mayime Promary Agricultural Cooperative in the Eastern Cape, the Inkosi line, named after the Xhosa/Zulu word for \u201cthe Chief,\u201d features Chardonnay and Pinotage.\r\n\r\nJ9 Wines: Founded by Janine Petersen, one of the youngest Black wine-company owners in the country, J9 sources wine from winemakers across the Western Cape.\r\n\r\nKoni Wines: Founded by Koni Maliehe in 2015 to impact the lives of South Africans through job creation and a sustainable legacy for future generations, the line currently features varietal red wines and blends.\r\n\r\nKoopmanskloof: Set in the Bottelary Hills subregion of Stellenbosch, this Fairtrade-certified brand invests in numerous programs that promote social, economic and environmental development.\r\n\r\nKumusha Wines: Created and crafted by sommelier Tinashe Nyamudoka, Kumusha, which translates to \u201cyour home, roots or origin\u201d in the Zimbabwean Shona language, features a white and red blend sourced from the Breedekloof Valley.\r\n\r\nLa RicMal: Originally from KwaZulu-Natal, father and son team of Malcolm and Ricardo Green lead this WIETA- and Flocert-certified brand that focuses on local job creation, social upliftment and long-term sustainability.\r\n\r\nLand of Hope: A partnership between the Land of Hope Trust and Radford Dale, the brand\u2019s portfolio features a range of white and red wines that benefit the trust and member families through high-quality education and skills development.\r\n\r\nLathith\u00e1 Wines: Founded by Sheila Hlanjwa, this Stellenbosch-based Black Economic Empowerment initiative supported by Hoopenburg Wine Estate focuses on red and ros\u00e9 production.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nLibby\u2019s Pride: After years spent working in the wine industry, founder Elizabeth \u201cLibby\u201d Petersen began Libby\u2019s Price Wines offers a range of varietal red and white wines, as well as a signature red blend.\r\n\r\nLiz Ogumbo Wines: Kenya-born musician and fashion designer Liz Ogumbo's namesake range includes a Pinotage, Chenin Blanc-Chardonnay blend, Shiraz and Sauvignon Blanc.\r\n\r\nM\u2019Hudi: From the Setswana word mohudi, which means harvester, the Rangaka family runs this Stellenbosch-based wine brand that includes red, white and sparkling selections.\r\n\r\nMagna Carta Wines: This Franschhoek-based natural wine brand from winemaker Mphumelei Ndlangisa offers unique, small-production selections with equally intriguing label design.\r\n\r\nMosi\u00a0Wines: A native of Zimbabwe, owner and winemaker Joseph\u00a0T. Dhafana\u00a0named his brand, which includes a Chenin Blanc and Syrah, after the village he grew up in.\r\n\r\nPaardenKloof: One of the first South African Black-owned wine estates to cultivate their own vineyards, the brand features single-vineyard, single-varietal wines from Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Shiraz and Sauvignon Blanc.\r\n\r\nPaul Roos Wine: Produced by Paul Roos Farming, the Roos family empowerment project at Ruse en Vrede near Stellenbosch, the Paul Roos line features both a red and white blend that benefits education programs on the farm.\r\n\r\nSena Wines: Comprised of a red, white and ros\u00e9 selection, this line of de-alcoholized wines are crafted by founder and winemaker Ziyanda Tutu.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nSes\u2019Fikile: Founded 15 years ago by a group of women through an empowerment deal with Flagstone Winery, today, the brand is crafted by a team of winemakers and a viticulturist in the Stellenbosch district of the Cape Winelands.\r\n\r\nSeven Sisters: Driven by the passion of the seven sisters of the Brutus family, this label features an equal lineup of varietal-labeled red and white wines.\r\n\r\nSiwela Wines: Established in the Western Cape by Siwela Sweetness Masoga, the brand lineup includes a red, ros\u00e9 and sparkling wine from grapes sourced throughout the Stellenbosch district.\r\n\r\nSolms-Delta: This historic Franschhoek winery, with a vast portfolio of entry to reserve-level wines, is now 50% owned by the workers and residents of the farm.\r\n\r\nSon of the Soil Wines: The third generation of wine-industry workers in his family, Founder and Director Denzel Swarts launched this range of three wines, a Chenin Blanc, Pinotage and M\u00e9thode Cap Classique (MCC) sparkling wine, in 2018.\r\n\r\nTesselaarsdal Wines: After 15 years in the wine business, Owner Berene Sauls was provided the opportunity to launch her own brand with the assistance of Hamilton Russell Vineyards and its team. The brand currently focuses on Pinot Noir from the Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Bridge of Hope Wines: Founded by Rosemary Mosia, this family business produces three different collections: The Classic Collection. Premium Collection and Reserve Collection.\r\n\r\nThembi Wines: Established in 2009 as a joint venture between Thembi Tobie and Boland Vineyard International, but now exclusively owned by Tobie since 2012, the Fairtrade-certified brand includes four varietal wines, two white and two red.\r\n\r\nThokozani: Organized and overseen by Managing Director Denise Stubbs, this progressive Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) initiative boasts 85 staff shareholders that represents 80% ownership of the wine brand and its portfolio of wine offerings.\r\n\r\nWomen in Wine: Founded in 2006 and the first Black-owned wine company controlled and managed entirely by women, the brand only sources wine from farms that comply with socio-economic legislation with specific reference to ethical and environmental practices and Black economic empowerment.