Graffiti and Wine were born from expressions of the creative mind. Both produced by original, risk-taking artists who felt the need to define themselves, regardless of hell or high water.

The two art forms have inspired mankind in the most intoxicating ways since the BC years, on walls & caves, in bottles & barrels. You might say Graffiti and Wine evolved hand-in-hand throughout history. Sharing a multitude of colors, styles, structures, flavors and expressions that comprise Graffiti and Wine.

We believe Graffiti and Wine make the perfect partnership – that’s why we combined them. A force of nature that melds our original graffiti art on the bottles with unique varietals in the bottles.

The creation of these wines involved our strive for absolute artistry, inside and out.

We’ve gone to great lengths to produced wine from off-the-beaten-path regions like Mumbai in Inda, Compania in Italy and Parras Valley in Mexico, using single varietal, vintage wines that include Chenin Blanc, Falanghina, Sauvignon Blanc, Aglianico, Syrah, Cabernet and various Champagnes.

Graffiti + Wine. A partnership of epic proportions.

Drink Graffiti wine.


Diana C Munoz is a Los Angeles based artist of Colombian descent. She is an entrepreneurial artist, mixing both business and art on a daily basis across multiple businesses. She immerses herself in every type of art form and learns as many skills as possible including; marketing, graphic design, painting, tattooing, fashion design, furniture design and sculpting to name a few.

Diana C Munoz is currently working as the Creative Director for ROK Drinks, an emerging liquor company with a wide portfolio of exciting projects. Diana is in charge of creating wine labels for ROK Drinks’ Graffiti Wine as well as growing this particular project through design, social media and lifestyle photography.

“Art is my life, my passion and my inspiration. I strive to surround myself with creativity, good vibes and great music consistently. When I make art I listen to a variety of music which enables me to go into a sort of trance where I loose sense of time and can create for hours. Even when I’m away form work I attend as many art shows as possible, museum exhibits and concerts just to drown myself in the arts and interact with all of these admirable creators. I have to keep myself constantly inspired.”