definition: wines from the underrepresented
Wine Savoygnon is currently only hosting wine pop-ups and will reopen the store soon!
Enjoy 15% when you purchase 4 bottles of wine or more!
Pop Up store at the Black Coffee Marketplace
Be the first to get our Spring selection of wines from Black and Indigenous winemakers with our wine kits!
Saturday, Feb.26 9:00am -3:00pm
Black Coffee NW at 16743 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133
Wines that will be at the Pop Up!
Twisted Cedar - Moscato (Owned and operated by the Cedar Band of Paiute Indians)
Akiyoshi - Sugar Cube Blanc (Chardonnay & Sauvignon Blanc)
Twisted Cedar - Pinot Grigio
Sosabe Cellars - Sauvignon Blanc (Family owned from Cape Verde Islands, launched in Napa Valley in 2001)
Longevity - Rose of deb-ru-vee (legendary Black winemaker Phil Long in Livermore, CA)
Kita Winery - Spe'y (Pioneer Indigenous winemarker, Tara Gomez, 100% owned and operated by the Chumash Indians of the Santa Ynez Valley)
Twisted Cedar - Cabernet Sauvignon
Maison Noir - OPP - Other People's Pinot (Black sommelier Andre Huston Mack, Oregon)
LaShelle Winery - Syrah (Washington's 2nd Black owned winery)
Savoygnon's wine tasting events are now on pause during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, in lieu of our in-person events, we now offer in-home wine tasting kits available for no-contact delivery to the greater Seattle area! Each kit includes 3 to 6 bottles of wine, information about the winery and winemaker, tasting tips, and more! Must be at least 21 years of age to purchase and drink.
The Savoygnon Tasting Kit includes 3 bottles of great wine and tips
The Savoygnon Club Tasting kit includes 6 bottles of great wine and tips
Or create your own wine kit with 4 bottles of great wine and tips
All wines are from BIPOC winemakers and underrepresented regions
About Wine Savoygnon
Savoygnon seeks to offer wines from underrepresented winemakers and regions in the industry. I advocate for the less than 12% of winemakers who are Indigenous, Black, Latino/a/x, Asian, LGBTQ+ and produce amazing wines.
The story and inspiration behind Savoygnon began 10 years ago when creator and then wine novice, Christina Taylor, sat in a lounge in Atlanta, Georgia. As she was enjoying the evening, she asked for a glass of white wine to elevate the night and looking at the wine list, she spotted several from South Africa including a Sauvignon Blanc and dessert wine, Bukettraube, by Seven Sisters Winery. Wines produced from Africa were a revelation and at that moment, Savoygnon was born and a love for wine blossomed. This life-impacting moment, grapes from black women in Africa, beautifully blended and made the perfect sip.
Savoygnon celebrates the diverse and underrepresented winemakers and regions and exclusively offers those wines to Savoy Savvy drinkers. We make wines too!