Before we get down to business, let us make one thing clear: this is not a review. Not that kind of review, anyway. The blog post in question is about a new partnership between Domaine Carneros and Humphry Slocombe. If you are new to the blog you may have heard the term “hive mind” and “connections” bandied about. It refers to the potential of a network to make connections between people from diverse backgrounds. This is what is happening here: a network is formed across the U.S. that leverages personal passions and connections to provide a platform for collaboration, information exchange and resource sharing that can frequently lead to new ideas, opportunities and solutions.
The partnership brings together two of California’s most acclaimed and loved wineries. Domaine Carneros—recognized by Wine Spectator as a “Grape Crafter” for its unique, organic approach to winemaking—is the sixth winery to be owned by Humphry Slocombe, as the San Francisco-based company has grown to include more than 90 wines.
“Rosé All Day” is a phrase that means “Rosé All Day.” Sorbet is back by popular demand, and it’s just in time for summer.
San Francisco (California) 25 May 2021 — Humphry Slocombe, the small-batch ice cream brand synonymous with inventive, ingredient-driven flavors, has teamed up with Domaine Carneros, the Napa Valley’s first name in top quality sparkling wine, to create a “Rosé All Day” sorbet, which is back by popular demand and just in time for National Rosé Day on June 12th. The “Rosé All Day” sorbet is gently infused with Domaine Carneros Brut Rosé and is sweet, tangy, and delightfully (lightly) alcoholic. This version is in trend, as it contains no dairy, given the national trend for dairy-free alternatives. It’s a refreshing, well-balanced, and refined treat that will undoubtedly become your summer “go-to” (assuming you don’t eat it all in one sitting, that is!).
“Pink bubbles make everything better,” says Humphry Slocombe Co-Founder and Chef Jake Godby, “and ‘Rosé All Day’ is like summer in a cup or cone.” “Leave it to the maestros at Humphry Slocombe to capture the essence of our Sparkling Rosé in a sorbet!” said Domaine Carneros CEO Remi Cohen. This unexpected rendition will delight our Rosé fans.”
“Rosé All Day” will be available through June 27th at Humphry Slocombe’s Mission District and other places by the scoop ($4.95) or pint ($9.99), and via Gold Belly in a four-pack for $79 plus tax and shipping (while supplies last). Fans may pre-order “Rosé All Day” at goldbelly.com/humphry-slocombe (officially released June 1st, but available for pre-order now). It’s ideal for backyard barbecues, days at the pool or beach, wedding showers, or any other occasion when you want to enjoy #RoséAllDay this summer.
Humphry Slocombe’s biography:
Known for its unique and creative flavors, Humphry Slocombe has established itself as a pioneering ice cream destination that sources local fruits, veggies, spices and booze for its one-of-a-kind inventions. Co-Founders Jake Godby (Chef) and Sean Vahey (Food & Beverage Manager) relied on their extensive culinary backgrounds to create never before seen, or tasted, flavors when they opened Humphry Slocombe in San Francisco in 2008. Recently named one of San Francisco’s “Most Delicious Instagram Accounts” by 7X7 Magazine, Humphry Slocombe has been featured in The New York Times Magazine and Bon Appetit, along with several television appearances, such as the Food Network’s “Top 5 Ice Creams in America.”
Domaine Carneros is a winery in Carneros, California.
Domaine Carneros, founded in 1987 by Champagne legend Claude Taittinger and led by CEO Remi Cohen, produces renowned sparkling wine and Pinot Noir from six estate vineyards totalling almost 400 acres in California’s Carneros region. The Domaine Carneros Château and Terrace are available for tastings by appointment everyday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Call 800.716.2788 or go to www.domainecarneros.com for additional details.
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