Tag Archives: Rose
It has been a tough winter for many of us in the continental climate areas – New York City is no exception. A mutant flu and cold season brought many people down for the count, allergies have been more prevalent … Continue reading
As I sat by the edge of the sailboat gazing at the turquoise water of Lake Garda, in Trento, Italy, I could hear the Captain talking about what made this boat different from the others. It was open in the … Continue reading
I remember sitting in one of my first few yoga classes, a young lady of 22 years old, and getting ready for a spiritual (or inspirational for those who are not feeling the word spiritual or its kind) talk, and … Continue reading
A few years ago – perhaps it was more than a few – I had one of my most heart warming experiences while working in a fine wine retail store in Manhattan. It would become one of the experiences that … Continue reading
Does the color of a Provencal rosé wine influence its sales? Part II And what do Whispering Angel (Chateau d’Esclans ) and I have in common?
This is a continuation of a blog I posted in July of this year. I was thinking about how much the color of a Provencal rosé wine influences its sales. If you have an interest in reading it, here is … Continue reading
On July 2nd, we were lead by Ken Mudford, Director of Inventory, through a tasting/staff training through 12 rosé wines at Sherry-Lehmann. This would help to prepare us for the onslaught of orders for the July 4th weekend, and through … Continue reading