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The McBride Sisters

Robin McBride and Andréa McBride John are the founding sisters of McBride Sisters Wine Company, the largest Black-owned, and most inclusive, accessible, and socially responsible wine company in the US. Robin, Cofounder and President, and Andréa, Cofounder and CEO, got their start in the wine industry in 2005 importing wines from New Zealand and began making their own wine in 2009. By spring 2017, the pair were producing wine from their hometowns in New Zealand and California under one label: McBride Sisters Collection. In 2018, they launched Black Girl Magic Wines, a celebratory wine brand paying homage to women in their family and community. They debuted SHE CAN Wines, a line of premium canned wines and spritzers, in 2019 on International Women’s Day, and in 2021 launched the premium-tier McBride Sisters Collection Reserve Wines, single-vineyard luxury wines from hand-selected single vineyards in New Zealand and California. Andréa and Robin were the first Black women winery owners on the cover of Wine Enthusiast magazine and were nominated for the coveted Wine Star Award, US Winery of the Year, in 2021.

Both sisters serve as board members of the McBride Sisters SHE CAN Professional Development Fund, a grant program founded by Robin and Andréa in 2019 which today, supports the professional advancement of women in traditionally male dominated fields, with a particular focus on women of color. Since its inception, the Fund has awarded over $3 million in scholarships, monetary grants, and technical training to professional women in fields such as wine and spirits, hospitality and finance. In 2021, the Fund launched its flagship Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Initiative and Academic Scholarship Program in partnership with Southern University, which awarded $50,000 to top graduates pursuing winemaker careers.

Andréa holds her B.A. in International Relations with a concentration in Global Business from the University of Southern California 2007. She is a member of the 2022 Class of Henry Crown Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute, and she resides in San Francisco with her husband Fabian and daughter Meursault. Robin resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and has three children Daneia, Domenic and Angelo who all have pursuits in the wine and food industries.



About the McBride Sisters Wine Company:

Established in 2005 by founders Robin McBride and Andréa McBride John, McBride Sisters Wine Company is the largest Black-owned wine company in the United States. Its mission is to transform the wine industry, to lead by example and to cultivate community, one delicious glass of wine at a time. These values show up not only in the wines, but in all facets of the company. The signature McBride Sisters Collection wines are direct reflections of the terroirs of Robin and Andréa’s youth, with flavors designed for all palates. The fun, fab and eco-friendly SHE CAN collection is inspired by the endless pursuit of all women who are making their dreams a reality and are breaking barriers daily. The Black Girl Magic collection is inspired by the magic and resilience of Black women, to be enjoyed by all. The Reserve Wines are luxury, single-vineyard wines from New Zealand and California that tell the incredible sister story that Robin and Andréa share.


 

 

 

Robin McBride


Robin serves as the Board Chair and President of McBride Sisters Wine Company, a multinational organization headquartered in Oakland, California. It is in the top 1% of volume, largest Black-owned wine company in the United States, as well as one of the most inclusive, accessible, socially aware and sustainable. Robin and her sister began importing wines from New Zealand in 2005 and started making their own wine together in 2009. By spring 2017, the pair were producing wine from their hometowns in Monterey California and Aotearoa New Zealand under one label, McBride Sisters Collection. In 2018, they launched Black Girl Magic Wines, a celebratory wine brand paying homage to women in their family and community, and in 2019 the sisters debuted She Can Wines, a premium canned wine in 2019 on International Women’s Day. Robin serves as a Board Chair for the McBride Sisters SHE CAN Professional Development Fund which she founded in 2019 with her sister Andréa. Since its inception the fund has awarded over $3M in scholarships, grants and technical training to 3,000 professional women in wine & spirits, hospitality and finance. In 2021 the fund partnered with Southern University of Louisiana as their flagship HBCU, to create a career pipeline for diverse students into the wine industry. Robin and Andréa were the first Black women winery owners on the cover of Wine Enthusiast magazine and were nominated for the Wine Star Award for the US Winery of the Year in 2021. Robin resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and has three children Daneia, Domenic and Angelo who all have pursuits in the wine & food industries.


 




 
 

Andréa McBride John


Andréa serves as CEO of McBride Sisters Wine Company, a multinational organization headquartered in Oakland, California. It is in the top 1% of volume, largest Black-owned wine company in the United States, as well as one of the most inclusive, accessible, socially aware and sustainable. With her sister Robin, Andréa began importing wines from New Zealand in 2005 and began making their own wine together in 2009. By spring 2017, the pair were producing wine from their hometowns in Aotearoa New Zealand and California under one label, McBride Sisters Collection. In 2018, they launched Black Girl Magic Wines, a celebratory wine brand paying homage to women in their family and community, and debuted She Can Wines, a premium canned wine in 2019 on International Women’s Day. Andréa serves as a Board Member for the McBride Sisters SHE CAN Professional Development Fund which she founded in 2019 with her sister Robin. Since its inception the fund has awarded over $3M in scholarships, grants and technical training to 3,000 professional women in wine & spirits, hospitality and finance. In 2021 the fund partnered with Southern University of Louisiana as their flagship HBCU, to create a career pipeline for diverse students into the wine industry. Andréa and Robin were the first Black women Winery owners on the cover of Wine Enthusiast magazine, she has been recognized as one of Wine Enthusiast’s 40 Under 40 and has been nominated for the Wine Star Award US Winery of the Year 2021. Andréa holds her B.A. in International Relations with a concentration in Global Business from the University of Southern California 2007. She is a member of the 2022 Class of Henry Crown Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute and she resides in San Francisco with her husband Fabian and daughter Meursault.