1. Wow, Susan – what an amazing opportunity to meet and talk with Lichine. I had no idea he was at Anthony's! I would love to try these wines… I have a feeling they may not make it here but will definitely check with my two main purveyors of good rosés. The weather is unusually warm here now, so it feels as though we will have a good, long rosé season! Bises ~ David

  2. Susan, this is excellent. Up close and personal. Wish I could have been there. Did you make a rendezvous to visit in Provence?

  3. oh can't wait to try some of these Rose. Can we buy them here in NH?

  4. excellent info, will look for the wines

  5. I am wondering if you interviewed Sacha or gathered your material from his talk at the seminar. You don't say much about Sacha himself. That would enrich to your very interesting story.

  6. I was wondering that too. In the photo of you and Sacha, it looks as though you had a private tasting.

  7. Well, I suppose we should share with the readers that Whispering Angel IS available in Tucson…at the BevMo! at 6228 E Broadway. There were 6 available (and now there are 5). It is definitely rosé time all year round in your neck of the woods!

  8. Thanks. Sacha Lichine was very interesting, funny, and gracious. He made the interview easy.

  9. I have it from a very good source that there may be a tasting of Chateau d'Esclans' rosés right here in Portsmouth. Keep your fingers crossed that our beloved wine merchants will have it on their shelves, too!

  10. There may be a rosé tasting of Chateau d'Esclans' four pink wines…here in Portsmouth! (Or we will just have to organize one!) It was fun!

  11. I was fortunate to be able to have an interview with him before the seminar; so most of the material is from my interview with him although he had a lot more to say in the seminar. especially about the wines and how they are made.

    Sacha was a real pleasure to meet and talk with. I found him immensely affable and gracious. I would love to talk with him again–I have a lot more questions! Do you have any?

  12. Whatever happened to Rose being nothing more complicated than an enjoyable wine for lunch under the sunny skies of Provence? Easy–nothing complicated…..or expensive?

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