Red, White & Black is a passion project and brainchild of Bertony Faustin, proprietor of Abbey Creek Vineyard in North Plains, Oregon. The first recorded Black winemaker in Oregon, Bertony began the Red, White & Black journey to help identify and tell the stories of the other minority winemakers.
With vibrancy and truth, Red, White, and Black highlights the lives of minority winemakers who have begun changing the face of Oregon’s winemaking culture. This documentary delves into the challenges and accomplishments of winemakers of color and the LGBTQ community who have traditionally been excluded from the predominantly white, high brow industry. This is a story about visionaries who have removed barriers in pursuit of their dreams. It shows how winemakers of different backgrounds and experiences have persevered in their art and have also helped to raise social awareness.
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