The McBride Sisters Launch Truvée: The First African-American Owned Wine Company
The McBride Sisters, renowned for their incredible reunion story and business savvy as the first African American Sisters to found a wine brand, recently launched Truvée. Born in LA but separated at an early age, The siblings reconnected in 1999 and had discovered that they had each separately grown up in beautiful vineyards —Robin in Monterey, California and Andréa in Marborough, New Zealand where the idea for Truvée sparked.
Derived from the French word “to find”, Truvée is available in two expressions: a white and a red blend. Their red wine, inspired by Grenache, Syrah, Merlot and Zinfandel gives notes of ripe berries on the nose, and a silky texture on the palate with hints caramel and dark chocolate. Their white is a light and refreshing chardonnay with a citrus flavor profile and clean finish. The chardonnay is more of a dessert wine, while the red pairs well with savory dishes including grilled lamb and ribs.
For more information such as pricing and retailers, visit www.truveewines.com