"Bring the joys of a luxury Champagne experience to them with The Sip, a Black-owned sparkling wine discovery service celebrated for its high-quality bottles and adorable packaging."
"Champagne connoisseur for a friend, who constantly gives you amazing recommendations."
"How Two Oakland Women Created A Million Dollar Wine Business During The Pandemic."
"Wine not get your friend a wine gift set? This adorable rosé gift box includes three mini rosé bottles your BFF can try to determine which one they like the best. It’s just what they need to spice up their Wine Wednesdays or Bachelor watch parties."
"The Sip ...make try new-to-you champagnes a little easier and affordable"
"While nobody needs an occasion to pop a bottle of champagne or sparkling wine, The Sip's bi-monthly boxes will be enough to get you in the mood to celebrate (for what reason, that's up to you)."
"The perfect addition to girl's night for women everywhere...The Sip takes the pressure off of the choosing and helps you give back at the same time."
"They (The Sip) have molded a model that fills a vital role ... offers consumers an additional pour of education and interaction."
"Giftable boxes come with luxury sparkling wines...It’s like a wine tasting delivered to your doorstep"
"One of the best sparkling wine clubs"
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As Black women, we’ve always been told to drink pink or order sweet over dry. But those flavors weren’t always our style — and neither was having someone telling us what to think and drink. We liked bubbles. But the champagne world felt stodgy, snobby, and didn’t speak our language.
That’s why we’re doing things our way — taking the “pagne” out of “champagne,” bringing bubbles from the tasting room to your living room, and giving back while you kick back. With every one of your purchases, our Take A Sip, Give A Sip pledge gives access to clean water for women and children in need through the East Oakland Community Project (EOCP). So you can feel good about feelin’ gooooood.