Author: Regine Rousseau

Shall We Wine / Articles posted by Regine Rousseau (Page 6)

Shall We Wine TV

Shall We Wine TV: With Kat Camera, Featuring the wines of Warwick Estates, South Africa http://youtu.be/y3G27RtqNfM...

Eataly Chicago wine event- don’t miss it!

Each month, Eataly Chicago celebrates a region in Italy by highlighting the area’s food and wine.  March 2014 is dedicated to  Sagrantino di Montefalco, the red wines of Montefalco, Umbria. During the month of March Eatlay Chicago will host “trade and consumer seminars, wine-by-the-glass programs, and wine tastings at their Enoteca and Aperitivo Bar, Vino Libero.” According to the Montefalco Consortium, Sagrantino “almost completely disappeared from Umbrian vineyards in the 1960s, and was revived thanks to the dedication of few...

Champagne Diaries: we will take a bottle, part 6

“I'm not afraid of being alone. I'm afraid that I am the reason that I'm alone.” We should have ordered a bottle; a glass will not be enough for this talk, Sandy thought. She hadn’t spent time alone with Corrine since baby Mia arrived. The last months were a whirlwind for the two of friends. Sandy was adjusting to motherhood and Corrine to being single, again. These days Sandy’s patience was lean. Having a baby made her indifferent to the small...

Champagne Diaries: shades of love, part 4

Cameron walked into the quiet restaurant and immediately made eye contact with Roxanne who was sitting at the bar. “Damn,” he whispered. It’s too soon to fall in love. The first thing he noticed was her hair. She wore large ringlets that framed her girlish face. One defiant curl rested on her forehead just above her brow bone. Lovely… no pretty. He settled on striking. He moved a few steps closer to get a better look at her. Her skin was...

Champagne diaries: it’s a girl part 3

Half way through the bottle of Veuve-Clicquot, Cameron decided to head out. He was too happy to be home alone. “It’s over. Meet me for a drink.” He sent Charles a text. “Not tonight. The baby is coming,” Charles responded. Charles and Sandy have been married for seven years and trying to have a baby for six. In their third year of marriage, Sandy was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Year three and four were hell. In year five Charles’ parents and...