Rose “Rule of P” and a Spontaneous “Rose Cheer” – Drink Bravely with Mark Oldman – Episode 42

Mark Oldman visits rose’s spiritual homeland, the South of France, to explain why it is essential to drink pink, especially with food that adheres to Mark’s “Rosé Rule of P”. Later that night, he broadcasts from the city of Nice, where he spontaneously leads a café in the first-ever “Rosé Cheer”.  A woman at the next table, who happens to be dressed appropriately enough in pink, joins in and becomes so excited that…oh, you’ll see…

Featured Rosé
-Château Thuerry Côtes de Provence Rosé 2008 (France, $18)

Other Riveting Rosés:
-Bedell Cellars Taste Rose 2010 (Long Island, NY, $18)
-Bodega Melipal Malbec Rosé 2010 (Argentina, $12)
-Dominio de Eguren Protocolo Rosado 2009 (Spain, $10)
-Hey Mambo “Kinky Pink” Rosé 2009 (California, $10)
-Leone de Castris Salento “Five Roses” Rosé 2010 (Italy, $15)
-Massaya Rosé 2010 (Lebanon, $12)

Even More Riveting Rosés:
(Mark’s Selections for his “Pink Without Blushing” Seminar at the Food Network Pebble Beach Food & Wine Festival, April, 2011)
-Roederer Estate Rosé NV (California, $26, sparkling)
-Champagne Tarlant Brut Rose NV (France, $86, sparkling)
-Bernardus Winery Rosé “Saignée De Marinus” 2009 (California, $25)
-Chateau D’Esclans “Whispering Angel” Côtes de Provence Rose 2009 (France, $18)
-Deep Sea “Sea Flower” Conway Family Wines Rosé 2009 (California, $28)
-Domaine Serene “R” Rose 2009 (Oregon, $38)
-Jean-Luc Colombo 2010 Vin de Pays de Méditerranée Rosé “Cape Bleue” 2010 (France, $12)

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