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Whether they are the famous producers of today or the tastemakers of tomorrow, Naked Wines has a responsibility to give winemakers the platform to succeed. Our promise today is for the BIPOC community. It’s time to make every facet of this industry more diverse and inclusive – here’s how we’ll start.
Nakedwines.com is the most decorated club in America, with back-to-back Best Wine Club awards from 10Best Readers and USA TODAY.
She’s fought for every win – and won.
Read the story of Carmen Stevens – South Africa’s first Black woman winemaker and independent trailblazer at nakedwines.com.
With the help of the $5 million COVID Relief Fund, the Angels of nakedwines.com removed all of those tricky in-betweens – to give these Alexander Valley wines and producers like Alice Warnecke Sutro the credit they’re due.
With 80 of the best indie winemakers in the world working here at nakedwines.com, getting to know all of them can seem overwhelming at first. The trick is just knowing where to begin… Here’s the ultimate who’s who of 10 (or so) winemakers every nakedwines.com newbie should follow from the start. One of the best […]
Cheers are in order for one Angel-funded winemaker down in Argentina. Mendoza mastermind Mauricio Lorca just got certified… …to make vegan Argentinian wine! It’s a special achievement close to Mauricio’s heart that he’s spent the better part of a decade working toward. Now it’s finally official! This certification symbolizes our production and life philosophy, committing […]
With over 200,000 Angels behind them, these two winemakers can take the endless generosity of the nakedwines.com community and pay it forward where it matters most right now – back into their own communities.
To fight a deadly disease, one Washington winemaker’s craft is hand sanitizer. Read about Dave Harvey’s efforts to curb Covid-19 cases in the Pacific Northwest.
When a Walla Walla vineyard got caught in the middle of a turf war, Dave couldn’t just let the Cab Franc go to waste… especially after one of Washington’s biggest wineries turned their back.