Although Rosé is a year-round beverage, spring and summer is surely it’s time to shine. Therefore, I have a fun blog post for you on Black-owned rosé wine brands to sip on this summer. Last year I wrote “Rosé 101: An Introductory Guide to Rosé Wines”. Be sure to check it out to learn how Rosé wines are made and which style you may like best.
If you follow my blog, you know that I love wine and am a big supporter of Black-owned wineries and winemakers. I have a published blog post with over 45 Black-owned wineries and businesses. Last year I even received my first wine certification, WSET Level 2, and passed my exam with distinction!
Whether you are looking for still, sparking, sweet or dry Rosé wine, this list of 20+ Black-owned rosé wine brands will quench your thirst and add to any festive occasion this summer. Be sure to check out their other wines too.
Black-Owned Rosé Wine Brands:
Black Girl Magic Rosé and McBride Sisters Collection Brut Rosé by the McBride Sisters
Rosé of Mourvedre by Wachira Wines
Love Drunk by Maison Noir Wines
Dawna Rose by Darjean Jones Wines
La Fete du Rosé by Donae Burston
Sashay Rosé by Frichette Winery
Livermore Valley Rosé of of Deb-ru-vee’ by Longevity Wines
Stuyvesant Champagne Cuvée: Brut Rosé
Love White Zinfandel by Sip and Share Wines
LVE French Sparkling Rosé & LVE French Rosé by Legend Vineyard Exclusive (by John Legend) The sparkling rosé was one of my favorites last summer!
More Black-Owned Rosé Wines….
Afrodite Sparkling Rosé & Pinot Noir Rosé Abbey Creek Vineyard
Rosé of Cabernet Sauvignon by J.Moss Wines
Sparkling Rosé by Bodkin Wines
Rosé of Petit Sirah by Theopolis Vineyards
Rosé of Pinot Noir by Corner 103
Three by Wade Rosé By D Wade Cellars
Rozanne Pinot Noir Rosé by Indigené Cellars
Montepulciano Rosé by Cheramie Wine
There are 20+ Black-Owned Rosé wine brands on this list for you to choose from. I am sure you will find something that you will like. If your local wine store does not carry these wines, ask them to order a few!
Did you know that June 12th is National Rosé Day? I wanted you to have this list of Black-owned Rosé wine brands in time to stock up on some delicious Rosé wines.
Before you go don’t forget to check out the wine section of my blog and especially these 2 blog posts:
Rosé Wine 101: An Introductory Guide to Rosé Wines
45+ Black-Owned Wineries & Businesses You Should Follow & Support
AND, if you are looking for even more information on Rosé wines, take a look at this LIVE Rosé wine happy hour chat I did last summer with two of my wine friends-Tish from Tish Around Town and Joni from Seek and Sip Travel.
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