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Rebecca: “Rosé Champagne!!! I mean, what else is there? Which? Hmm…Billecart-Salmon (beautiful, but not always easy to find), Krug Rosé, though I am very, very fond of Pol Roger Vintage Rosé and Bollinger Non-Vintage Rosé, which is extremely elegant…but as long as the two basic criteria are filled: Champagne and Rosé…then I’m happy to kiss whoever has given me the glass!!”


Gaynor: “Chambolle-Musigny is not just your average Pinot Noir; it is the ladies’ boudoir of Burgundy – all silk, lace and velvet and warm and perfumed. I just love it! I love it in magnums even more, because size does matter …”


Me: It is possible to drink great wines in bad company and the wine was not enjoyed. It is also possible to drink terrible wines with wonderful people and have the most fun you can ever have! If you are with someone that you really like, then it really doesn’t matter what you drink, because their company will only enhance how you are feeling.


I also really enjoy drinking other people’s choices; it’s very easy to get stuck in a rut of drinking certain styles of wine and it can be interesting tracking down wines from a lesser-known path for your significant other…and would probably earn you untold kissing points as well!


Or you could just please yourself and treat yourself to whatever your heart desires (and pockets allow...)


Whichever you choose to do this Valentine’s Day, I have every confidence that you will do it well… Santé


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