Great wine is often a reflection of the heart and soul behind the people who make it. Our vintners include people of color, small families, female trailblazers, and LGBTQ+ winemakers. Some are carbon neutral from field to bottle; some farm organically and craft natural, minimal intervention wines; all prioritize and promote environmental standards.
Every shipment from our wine club touches upon a unique theme within the world of wine and social or environmental impact, allowing you to learn about the producers' philosophies and winemaking styles. With each shipment, you’ll receive information about the impressive wines you’re drinking.
Choose between shipments every 1 or 2 months of 4 bottles of impactful and delicious wines delivered to your door. The wines will be an assortment of white, rose, orange, red, and an occasional sparkling wine or petnat. We are excited to include our most popular wines that often sell out, as well as some hard-to-find gems.
Our goal in putting this club together is to offer you an easier way to shop your values and make a difference through great glasses of wine.
Some of the Wineries you may find yourself falling in love with include:
- Aslina Wines - Ntsiki Biyela, an award-winning winemaker, is South Africa’s first black woman winemaker. Named by Forbes “A Winemaker to Follow” and by Fortune/Food & Wine as one of the “Most Innovative Women in Food & Drink”, her elegant wines are both subtle and powerful.
- Bosman Family Vineyards - An 8th generation winemaking family devoted to responsible, artisanal winemaking, the Bosman Family is particularly known for being strong viticulturists and has some of the most sought-after fruit in South Africa. In 2008, they gave 26% of their company to their employees as part of the largest black-owned land transfer in South African history.
- Familia Geisse - One of Latin America’s premier sparkling houses, Vinicola Geisse was founded 40 years ago by esteemed Chilean winemaker of Casa Silva, Mario Geisse. The winery grows Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes at 800m+ elevation using organic practices, and all wines are made in the traditional champenoise method. Nominated by Wine Enthusiast in 2014 for New World Winery of the Year.
- Dasca Vives - Josep Dasca and Alba Vives have converted the family land where they were raised to organic and biodynamic farming principles. Their philosophy is lead by necessity and responsibility to heal the land and revitalize the soil, the plants and the people it feeds.
All wines are sold and fulfilled by Grain and Vine, a Brooklyn retailer. Shipping Included.