An increasing number of wineries are coming out in support of gay marriage.

One winery puts its support right on the label while raising cash for the movement. Same Sex Meritage's black label features stick figures of a male and a female gay couple under a yellow sun. Freedom to Marry receives a $1 donation for each bottle of the Bordeaux-style blend sold.

“Everyone should have the right to marry,” vintner Matt Gold told the AP. “Everyone should have the same rights as anyone else.”

The French wine Egalite (Equality), which launched in January, has already donated $15,000 to LGBT non-profits. The company sets aside a portion of profits each quarter to be given to a non-profit organization chosen by their fans on Facebook.

Other wineries are also reaching out to the LGBT community.

More than 30 Sonoma wineries participated at various levels in this year's Gay Wine Weekend organized by Out in the Vineyard.

“Don't think it's a one-time hit and you're going to get a payback right away,” said Out in the Vineyard's Gary Saperstein. “You have to show the community that you care.”

The event, which runs through Sunday, benefits the Face-to-Face AIDS Project.