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Explore Provence: Cassis

June 25, 2016

“Anyone who has seen Paris, but hasn’t seen Cassis, hasn’t seen anything” Frédéric Mistral (1830-1914) Cassis is a charming fishing village nestled between two incredible natural rock formations that protect the village from the harsh Mistral winds.  Beautiful beaches, a scenic harbour, terraced port-side cafés, and a historical past that will astound you – all …

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Thanksgiving the Rosé Way

November 23, 2015

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 …

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50 Shades of Rosé

November 2, 2015

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 …

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One night earlier this summer, a group of six women filed into a corner booth at Mamo, a Manhattan transplant of the very popular restaurant Mamo Le Michelangelo in the French Riviera. But before they sat down, the queen bee with crown crafted by Drybar, whose vibrant turquoise handbag matched her cocktail dress, asked the …

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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.

What to Wear?

October 5, 2015

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.

I’m not quite sure who we should thank for it but it seems like rose has been undergoing something of a cultural comeback these days! For years I’ve professed my love of the blushing beautiful pink wines of the world and been met by looks of pity or confusion.  Lucky for us, rose is finally …

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