The Exclusive Blacklist Weekend Returns in 3-Day celebration of African-Americans in Wine, Food and Spirits

Returning since the pandemic shut down the country in 2020 is the popular Exclusive Blacklist Weekend celebrating African-Americans in wine, food and spirits June 16 -18.

Over the 3-day weekend, The Vine Wine Club will host three events with their own little nuance, all featuring Black-owned brands, chef-prepared cuisine and live music. Each day, the beverages change but the style, elegance and fun remain.

Enjoy all of the events with our Blacklist Pass which also features 3-bottles of wine to take home that will not be a part of the tastings but are Black-owned brands or select which days you wish to come.

For guests coming in for the weekend, The Omni Hotel is the event host hotel. Reserve your room before May 21, 2022 for your guaranteed rate using the link below.

Weekend of Events

RVA Wine Crawl is unique in that we bring the crawl to you. Meet five chefs who will each prepare their version of a small plate paired beverage paired with wine, beer, cider or a cocktail. Live music by Chan Hall.

If you’ve attended The Exclusive Blacklist before, you know that we bring you some of the best wines by Black-owned brands and add delicious food and jazz for the perfect backdrop.

For our 7th year, we are adding our BLACK Bar that will curate signature cocktails from all Black-owned spirits. Enjoy the vendor village with handmade products and crafts, owned by some of RVA Black Farmers Market makers.

The Suited Fox and The Vine Wine Club have officially teamed up to bring you Cigars + Whiskey, featuring a whiskey tasting, delectable food prepared by the chefs at BRUN Experience an live music (in the cigar lounge) and a DJ in the restaurant. This day-party experience is the perfect finish to a spectacular weekend.

Individual as well as a weekend pass can be purchased on Eventbrite.

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