ROSE ALL DAY

Best spots to en­joy this pink trend.

DRIFT Travel magazine - - Inside This Issue - By: Sarah Za­jac | Book­ing.com

It’s of­fi­cial, the #Roséall­day phe­nom­e­non has gone global! The pretty, palepink drink has in­vaded In­sta­gram feeds around the world. Whether, you pre­fer a tra­di­tional 6-ounce pour of the blush­ing wine or you’re a Frosé lover at heart, it seems the rosé ma­nia is here to stay. It is a high speed boozy trend is no longer just for the ladies or back­yard bar­be­cues. A-list celebrity wine mak­ers like An­gelia Jolie and Drew Bar­ry­more have helped so­lid­ify this wine trend, but savvy wine lovers the world over are buy­ing into it. Ac­cord­ing to For­tune magazine, “Rosé is re­port­ing sharp sales in­creases that far out pace the broader $38 bil­lion wine in­dus­try. Wine in­dus­try ex­perts are laud­ing the pop­u­lar­ity of rosé, say­ing it is a fe­male-driven move­ment that has lured more men and found pop­u­lar­ity be­yond beach-front en­claves like the Hamp­tons and Mi­ami.”

So where in the world can you en­joy the best rosé wines?

“WHAT­EVER YOU DO POUR YOUR­SELF INTO IT.” - Robert Mon­davi -

the Ho­tel Château de Berne (pic­tured above), a work­ing wine es­tate in the heart of Provence, France that of­fers an out­door swim­ming pool and restau­rant serv­ing food pre­pared with lo­cal and home­grown pro­duce.

LON­DON, ENG­LAND Rosé is the drink of the mo­ment in Lon­don! At Sketch restau­rant (pic­ture top right - op­po­site page) in May­fair, you can sip on a glass of Rosé in the im­mer­sive pink room to match your drink. HOT TIP: When you visit Sketch be sure to check out the fa­mous in­ter­ga­lac­tic-themed bath­room! Next, visit the Wor­ship Street Whistling Shop, an un­der­ground drink­ing den that was in­spired by Vic­to­rian gin palaces and feels like you’re walk­ing into a Charles Dick­ens novel. Along with an ex­ten­sive cock­tail menu and a gin mas­ter­class, this unique bar of­fers a range of top English sparkling wines which of course in­cludes Rosé! The lat­est ad­di­tion to Lon­don’s ros­ter of quirky venues is the highly an­tic­i­pated ho­tel, The Ned. Housed in the for­mer Mid­land Bank this epic ho­tel holds nine res­tau­rants, a rooftop pool with a fan­tas­tic view of St Paul’s Cathe­dral and a cock­tail bar hid­den be­hind an orig­i­nal.

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