Rosé de Loire, Flowers and Mother’s Day

Published the Mar 08 2018 in "Articles"

Rosé de Loire

 

Mark the date, Mother’s Day falls on Sunday 11th of March this year! Prepare your phone call speech and organize the perfect attention to treat your mom with a day of pampering.  

 

First of all, let’s make a little reminder about Mother’s Day.  

The history shows that celebrations of motherhood can be traced back to the ancient Greeks, who held festivals in honor of the mother goddesses Rhea and Cybele. But the most modern precedent for Mother’s Day is the early Christian celebration known as “Mothering Sunday”.  

 

This special date is a holiday honoring motherhood. While dates and celebrations can vary, Mother’s Day traditionally involves presenting mothers with flowers and gifts. So why not taking advantage of the event to offer wine to your mom?  

 

 

To treat your mom like a queen, we thought our wonderful rosé from Loire Valley could be just perfect. One to Wine team chose this Rosé de Loire 2016 from Domaine du Petit Clocher in Loire Valley. The wine has been taken with attention and we take care of details! Let us explain :  

 

– His raspberry pink appearance will remember her the blush she used during your childhood.  

– His very aromatic scent with red fruits notes such as strawberry and redcurrant accompanied by some violet aromas will remind her cakes she was cooking for you during summer.  

– And his generous, delicate and fresh mouth with a finish on red fruits flavor will, of course, suggest her gentle and attentive motherhood.  

– Plus, he won so many medals in France! It was even sold out a month only after being embattled! And we are the only one that managed to get 300 bottles for our beloved UK market.

 

What better way to give your mum the most charming day of the year with quality wine and a good time with her. Furthermore, London is a hot spot to take care of the main lady in your life, take her to a plush afternoon tea in the very English tradition at Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon at Fortnum & Mason. Or to an exhibition to absorb some good culture to the Impressionists in London at Tate, if she prefers nice art.  

 

Have a nice Mother’s Day!