ROSE ALL DAY
Best spots to enjoy this pink trend.
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.