Articles Tagged: rose

Tangerine Rose

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Top 5 Wines for Summer

post iconSummer is finally here! While its stays nice and chilly in San Francisco, we have heard that the heat wave has already started in other parts of the country. When the weather turns warm, I turn to lighter wines served chilled. For those white haters out there, don’t despair, there are red wines that can be served chilled and roses to try. Here are our picks for wine to try this summer: …Read More

International Grenache Day

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Until recently, I didn’t realize that there were days dedicated to grape varieties. It’s kinda weird but I kinda like it! I felt horrible when I missed Cabernet Sauvignon Day on September 1 of this year and vowed I would never miss another (just kidding—I already know that I will). Imagine my surprise when I stumbled across International Grenache Day scheduled to go down on September 23. I needed to make sure that I captured … Read more

Moulin de Gassac Aniane Rose Guilhem 2010 Pays d’Herault Review – Wine Wednesday

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It’s July with days of unseasonably warm weather in San Francisco (almost shocking really and am convinced it’s to make up for the horrible Spring). In warm weather, my mind wonders to rosé which is perhaps the most understood wine of modern times (thanks to White Zinfandel). Rosés are wonderful wines—an almost perfect blend between white and red—and works perfectly with fish and summer tomatoes.

I went hunting for a rosé to bring you for … Read more

Baileys Rose

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Courtesy of Baileys Original Irish Cream.

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Flying Aphrodite

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Courtesy of Tequila Avión.

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Passion-Politan

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Created by Alex Straus, Suite 700 at the Hotel Shangri-La, Los Angeles. Courtesy of Skyy Vodka.

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Cupid’s Kiss

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Courtesy of Skyy Vodka.

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Rosé the Riveter

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March 12 marks the birthday of the woman credited as the inspiration for the World War II icon Rosie the Riveter.

A true American icon, whose can-do spirit captured the hearts and minds of Americans for decades,

Rose Will Monroe was a Jill-of-all trades out of necessity, and a fun loving, ambitious woman by nature. She joined thousands of Kentuckians who left their rural homes during World War II in search of good-paying defense jobs.… Read more