Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Finally, a Rose Wine Club (La Nuit En Rose) Launches in America by Philip S. Kampe
Rose consumption in America has been growing by leaps and bounds (double digit numbers) for the past several years. In the past when you consumed a pink wine, everyone believed it was a white zinfandel. Due to that wine, a true stigma was attached by society to the color of pink in a wine.
All of that has changed with the introduction of hundreds, even thousands of amazing rose wines from around the world. Rose wines are accepted wines by all of society--statistically shared between men and women. In the past when a man consumed a pink wine, his masculinity was often threatened.
That is then--this is now.
Skyrocketing sales of rose wines have been making the headlines during the recent years. My belief is that since men buy Rose wine for themselves, the sales have increased dramatically. By opening up a new market, a new revenue stream, sales increase.
Anyway, however you look at it, Rose sales and enthusiasm is at an all-time high. Hence, on Friday and Saturday, June 13th and 14th, the World's First Rose Tasting Cruise Ship, the Hornblower, will depart from Manhattan carrying an inventory of 85 different rose wines to be sampled by the attendees.
The three scheduled cruises are sold out, which shows that the arrival of Rose and a Rose only party ship was long overdue.
That shouldn't stop you, thanks to the La Nuit En Rose Wine Club. The Rose Club scheduled the cruise as a platform and launch for their first showing in America.
The La Nuit En Rose Wine Club will offer to their monthly customers Roses from around the world. Some of the best Roses I have sampled during the past year are from France, Argentina, Chile, Spain, Italy, Morocco, South Africa, Turkey, the United States and Lebanon.
The opportunity to learn about Roses has arrived.
Isn't it time to join the monthly La Nuit En Rose Wine Club to improve your knowledge of Roses???
To become a member of the 'La Nuit En Rose Wine Club', please contact Hortense Bernard of Millesima (1355 2nd Avenue NYC) 212 639-9463
Philip S. Kampe