Saturday June 10 is NATIONAL ROSÉ DAY.
Rosé is probably the oldest known type of wine, dating back as far as 600 BC. Rosé wines are generally made from red grapes and are very versatile wines that complement many types of food. The pink color of Rosé wine depends on the time the grape skin stays in contact with the juice.
Celebrate National Rosé Day by having a bottle of Rosé wine with family & friends and share your celebration with us. Cheers
May 2 4 long weekend found us in Prince Edward County, Ontario. It’s has become our little hide away place on a few occasions and of course it’s wine country which makes it even better. We have made a few friendships in PEC, so it good to check in from time to time. This weekend is also a mini getaway for a birthday celebration. A little moment to unwind.
Mother’s Day!!..Today I am grateful to have my Mother and family on our annual Mother’s Day breast cancer walk in Mississauga. I am truly blessed to have her with me.
I am reminded of this quote “God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made Mothers”. However our usual team of 4 was down to 3 as my daughther had to work but she was with us in spirit. This cancer walk was very special to us, we did it in loving memeory of a coworker of mine that past away from breast cancer.
After a 5km walk we were treated to brunch by our resident chef,. The meal was comprised of a spring salad with toasted walnuts, grapes and cranberry crusted goat cheese, serve along side a delightful meal of tiger sprimp, sauted with red onions chilli pepper flakes and escahllion in a mushroom white wine sauce. This is served in a rimickin dish topped with mashed potatoes garnished with chilli pepper powder and feta chesse.
This is certainly a meal worth coming home to.. Yummy Yummy!!!.. and of course the meal would not be complete without wine. To top it off my son greeted each of us ladies with a bouquet of roses. What more could I had ask for ?.. Nothing . Over all the day was great and time well spent.