Books & Gadgets: Rosé All Day by Katherine Cole

Spring is here and it can mean a few things. In the wine world, it means rosé weather is upon us.

The preference of rosé during the summer has boomed in the past few years. It’s more than hashtags and Instagram shots. It can be considered a wine movement. In Rosé All Day, Katherine Cole traces the pink juice from as far as the Republic of Georgia to Provence and California.

Rosé wasn’t always as beloved as it is today and Katherine explores the juxtaposition of how it went from a hated wine to one of the top producing wines on the planet. Among certain wine groups, it can be a contentious subject. It is clear rosé isn’t going anywhere. It doesn’t matter what side of the rosé fence you are on. Katherine provides a great list of rosé wines to try that will have you rethink the term “summer water.”

Julia Coney

Partner (Washington DC, USA)

Julia spent over twenty years working in the legal field before switching careers to become a luxury  writer and consultant focusing on travel, wine, and lifestyle. She has worked with American Airlines, Celebrity Cruises, Marriott, Starwood, the Estee Lauder Companies, Visit France Tourism, Barbados Tourism, Savannah Tourism, Belize Tourism, the Four Seasons companies, and more.

Julia has been featured in The Washington Post, Washingtonian, Texas Monthly, New York Magazine, Ebony, Essence, Glamour, print and online publications.

Originally from Houston, Texas, Julia currently lives in the Washington, D.C. area where she writes and consults with various companies while studying for her WSET (Wine & Spirits Education Trust) Level 2 exam. 

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