NASHVILLE, Tenn – Twisted Sistuhs, a Nashville-based black, woman and veteran-owned wine company, announced today its selection by the Black Influencers of Libations Association (BILA) as a 2021 Award Winner. Twisted Sistuhs was awarded with the association’s “One Time for the Ladies,” award, honoring women leaders in the beer, wine, and spirits industry.
Twisted Sistuhs’ provide high-quality vegan wine varietals including a Bourbon Barrel Red Wine Blend, a vintage wine aged in bourbon barrels for 3 months with subtle hints of whiskey that awaken all your senses with its luxurious layered complexities which include notes of dark cherry, blackberry, vanilla spices, and cocoa flavors. Their varietals are sourced from a Lodi, California-based winery. Twisted Sistuhs is available at retail locations throughout Middle Tennessee, including the Tennessee Tribune Store located in the Nashville Airport’s South Terminal. An interactive map of all the locations Twisted Sistuhs can be found on the company’s website: twistedsistuhs.com.
“We have felt so welcome here in the Middle Tennessee community as we launched and grew Twisted Sistuhs from the ground up,” said founders Kristi Alderson and Ogechi Anyatonwu. “We want to thank the Black Influencers of Libations Association for honoring our success as Black women entrepreneurs in the wine and spirits industry.”
BILA is dedicated to promoting the impact of Black entrepreneurs and business owners on the Nashville craft beer and spirits community. It was created by Shani Glapion (@theblackbeerexperience), Kramer Deans, (@thebeerdedbrotha) and James Jenkins (@drinkswithjenks). The award recipients are highlighted in a recent Nashville Voice article.
“You earned this award because you deserved to be celebrated for holding it down for the ladies in the beer, wine and spirits industry,” said Justin Singleton, Creator of BrewNCircles & BILA. “We appreciate you for holding it down for the ladies in this industry, so we must salute you!”