Which city do you think has the most creativity? Veuve Clicquot thinks it’s Montréal, which is why the city will play host to their first-ever Yelloweek. “Montréal was chosen because they love to indulge, and when they do they include our brand,” explained Stéphane Rolland de Meurville, General Manager of Moet Hennessy Canada. The week will include five iconic Montréal restaurants pairing an entire dinner to the champagne, a private viewing of seven Montréal avant-garde artists and a night of fashion with four designer lines made exclusively for Veuve Clicquot. “Putting the spotlight on those who are not known isn’t easy. We could’ve used people who were universally known who live in Québec, but we decided to go for those who weren’t. They are the ones that need the attention; they are making the most out of this city’s beauty.” Yelloweek will run from May 14th to 19th.
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Spring is in the air, which means new love or rehashing affairs is too. Bring it back to basics by bringing your girl to the park for a glass of wine and charcuterie to laze the day away. We keep this bamboo table handy for these kinds of occasions. It perfectly holds two wine glasses and a bottle as well as a sturdy center for appetizers. Meaningful reflections and Proust questionnaire not included.
Sipped by Agent 007 himself in the novel The Man with the Golden Gun, Pink Gin was resurrected by cocktail makers The Bitter Truth for U.S. distribution late last year. Originally used to cure seasickness by members of the Royal Navy, Pink Gin ultimately found its way to land, where Brits enjoyed its one-of-a-kind taste. For the revamp of this 19th century favorite, The Bitter Truth “pot distilled dry gin with floral notes and a special blend of aromatic bitters.” Can be enjoyed straight or with tonic.