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The Rosé Project Wine Panel and Tasting at The Wing Flatiron - May 30th, 2018 @ 7:00 p.m.

The Rosé Project is popping up at The Wing Flatiron this month! We'll be talking all things rosé during our panel discussion with some of our favorite women in wine, including Jordan Salcito (founder of RAMONA and Bellus Wines and Director of Wine Special Projects at Momofuku), Victoria James (Beverage Director at Cote and author of "Drink Pink: A Celebration of Rosé" ), Laura Maniec ( Master Sommelier and owner of Corkbuzz ) and Annie Shi (Partner and beverage director at King restaurant in NYC). And, because a rosé event can't exist without rosé drinking, we'll be tasting several unique rosés from around the globe. 

Note: This event is for The Wing members only. We hope to do another panel that will be open to the public soon! Stay tuned. 

To find out more about upcoming dinner series and new programming, check out our Instagram @roséprojectny.


Past Events

 The Rosé Project dinner at The Polo Bar in NYC. Photo: Lexie Moreland.

The Rosé Project dinner at The Polo Bar in NYC. Photo: Lexie Moreland.

The Rosé Project at The Polo Bar NYC 

Who says rosé has a season? Summer ended and we kept drinking rosé straight into fall. We popped up at The Polo Bar in New York City (all-American designer Ralph Lauren's celebrated restaurant) for the night and sipped on some of the country's finest rosés, which were paired with a multi-course menu emphasizing locally sourced ingredients.

 Chef Melia Marden of The Smile. Photo: Madison McGaw/BFA.com. 

Chef Melia Marden of The Smile. Photo: Madison McGaw/BFA.com. 

The Rosé Project x The Smile's Melia Marden Dinner at The Surf Lodge in Montauk

Chef Melia Marden closed out our final summer 2017 dinner at The Surf Lodge with a bang. To go with her outstanding creations, Vanessa Price of Louis Roederer shared some of special Domaines Ott rosé vintages with us. PopUp Florist Kelsie Hayes also dreamed up a hanging floral display that caught the eyes of The New York Times

 The Rosé Project dinner at The Surf Lodge. Photo: Griffin Lipson/BFA.com.    

The Rosé Project dinner at The Surf Lodge. Photo: Griffin Lipson/BFA.com. 

 

The Rosé Project x Alma at The Standard, Hollywood's Ari Taymor Dinner at The Surf Lodge in Montauk

Chef Ari Taymor, the man behind Alma restaurant at The Standard, Hollywood, (the original Alma was named Best New Restaurant in America by Bon Appetit in 2013), cooked up a feast highlighting his signature dishes, like seafood and tofu beignets, paired with wines by Chateau D'Esclans. Paul Chevalier, of the famed rosé house, was on hand to walk us through each wine and its story. 

Here's a little taste of The Rosé Project experience. Video: Tara Sgroi.

 The rosé tasting bar curated by head sommelier Kimberly Prokoshyn. Photo: Madison McGaw/BFA.com. 

The rosé tasting bar curated by head sommelier Kimberly Prokoshyn. Photo: Madison McGaw/BFA.com. 

The Rosé Project x Loring Place's Dan Kluger Dinner at The Surf Lodge in Montauk

Chef Dan Kluger of Loring Place restaurant kicked off our summer 2017 dinner series at The Surf Lodge in Montauk, New York. Along with a delectable menu, there were rosé wines, hailing from Provence to the Canary Islands, curated by head sommelier Kimberly Prokoshyn. 

 

 The Rosé Project 'Women in Wine" Panel at The Surf Lodge, moderated by wine writer Marissa A. Ross ,  along with panelists Kimberly Prokoshyn, Ashleigh Parsons, Amy Atwood and Kimberly Prokoshyn. Photo: Jake Greenblatt. 

The Rosé Project 'Women in Wine" Panel at The Surf Lodge, moderated by wine writer Marissa A. Rossalong with panelists Kimberly Prokoshyn, Ashleigh Parsons, Amy Atwood and Kimberly Prokoshyn. Photo: Jake Greenblatt. 

Women in Wine Panel

Bon Appetit's wine editor Marissa A. Ross, along with wine experts Kimberly Prokoshyn, Ashleigh Parsons, Amy Atwood and Kimberly Prokoshyn, schooled us on their favorite natural rosés, why a dark pink wine doesn't translate to sweetness and how to get rid of a hangover. To learn more about our first-ever wine panel, read the feature story in ELLE