Well, we all know that we all love a touch of Prada (even if we can’t afford it). But can you IMAGINE if we didn’t know what Prada truly was. God forbid this, how could we possibly have this conundrum bestowed upon us. In a nutshell, a label is a label is a label! And …
At Chateau la Mascaronne, traditional techniques are combined with technological innovation to create a range of beautiful rosés. They’ve received frequent awards for the quality of their wines and have a growing international reputation. Marketing manager Stephen Goodchild tells us a bit more.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Time for overflowing glasses of champagne, beers on tap, bottles upon bottles of wine, and endless cocktails. Yes, it’s the holiday season and festivities are in full force! But each year it seems that one very important beverage is left out of the fun: rosé, that is.
The romantically-named Domaine du Dragon produces award-winning rosé wine in the Provençal heartland. We spoke to manager and owner Thibaut Lienard and Mir Nezam about the ancient heritage of their vineyard, their modern production techniques and why they think rosé is on the rise.
Thanksgiving is but a few days away, and if you’re anything like my grandmother, you’ve got everything on the menu prepared: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, and pumpkin pie, among other various side dishes and pre-dinner snacks. But there’s a whole other side to this Thanksgiving feast than the food, and that is …
3:34 p.m. Sunday, November 1. I’m in a van heading back to Cusco, Peru. They told us it would be a 4-hour drive from Santa Maria, a small town near Machu Picchu, about four hours ago, and I’m sure we’ve still got like, two hours left.
So how many of you out there love to adorn your home with something that’s looking amazing (and we’re not talking about your new bed mate here)… everyone’s got their favorite tinge of pink that looks and goes oh so well with your new choice of underwear. It’s true, we all adore some nice crisp and …
When it comes to pairing wine with food, most people will opt for either red or white, because traditionally, those wines are thought to pair best with food. In recent years, though, there has been an insurgence of rosé on the market. Surprisingly enough, it’s becoming known that rosé wine pairs even better with food.
Rosé hasn’t always been fashionable (unless you live or vacation in the über stylish London or France), but lately it’s been making quite a ripple here in the U.S. Whether you’re on a weekend holiday in the Hamptons, lounging on Miami Beach, or cruising down Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, it seems that we all want to have a bottle of that delicious pink stuff chilling in our ice bucket on the beach, near the lake, or at the park.
However, rosé is increasingly being drunk year-round and there are many factors which make it an appropriate and pleasant choice for autumn and winter as well as for the warmer months. In France, where many of the best rosé regions are located, it is drunk in all seasons and in fact the French now consume more rosé than white wine.