As a black women-owned business founded by two best friends Erica Davis and Catherine Carter, The Sip offers an array of sparkling wine and champagne from around the world in a gift ready box, making it convenient, affordable, and fun to discover new bubbly without breaking the bank. The brand’s offerings are ideally made for our current times.
Choose from a variety of selections such the Rosé All Day Box for rosé lovers, the classically fabulous Deluxe Box, and more. You can even keep the pour flowing bi-monthly with their subscription services where you’ll discover sparkling wines, by the glass, 6 times a year to keep your palate fresh and satisfied.
Not only is it the gift you keep on sipping, when you take a sip, they give a sip…literally! As Oakland natives, the duo has started a gift back initiative, Take A Sip, Give A Sip, that pledges that for every Sip purchase, they will give access to clean water for women and children in need through the East Oakland Community Project (EOCP). East Oakland Community Project is a multi-service organization offering emergency and transitional housing in Alameda County, through multiple facilities. The Sip has provided 670 gallons of water and counting!
Elle included the brand in its feature on black-owned subscription boxes that revamp your routine. They wrote:
“Imagine having a champagne connoisseur for a friend, who constantly gives you amazing recommendations, That’s basically what the Sip Society is. This Black female-owned brand “strives to bring diversity to champagne” and specializes in introducing you to the world’s best bottles to add to your collection.”
Check out The Sip’s subscription offerings and routinely enjoy the pleasures of new bubbly in the comfort and safety of home. Find out more information here.
Congrats The Sip!