Sancerre At Seabird

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My search for the perfect outdoor sidewalk table continues this week with a stop in at Seabird restaurant in Greenwich Village, NYC.  Seabird is a Mediterranean restaurant with a bistro like atomsphere and a beachy vibe.  Even though the menu predominately focuses on seafood (which I don't eat), the outdoor seating makes this place the perfect pit stop for a glass of wine on a nice sunny day.   On this visit I ordered a glass of the Raimbault Sancerre and sat right outside under the awning and watched everyone walking up and down 6th avenue.  Since I was making a stop while running errands, I had on a super casual outfit.  This Michael Stars top is one of my favorite purchases this summer. The shoulder cut outs are perfect for heading into the fall season and the color adds a great pop to the outfit.  Pair it with destroyed denim and metallic sandals for maximum shine.  To shop the wine, or this look click the links above and below.

Raimbault et. Fils Sancerre, $20 purchase

What The Experts Say:

This classic Sancerre wine is white, bracingly acidic, and has pungent aromas of gooseberries, grass, nettles, and a hint of stony minerality. 

What I Say:

I recently started drinking Sancerre to switch things up from my typical rosΓ©.  This glass was so crisp and refreshing!  It was perfect for this hot summer day.  With notes of lemon and pear, it is perfect for pairing with seafood or a chicken dish.  Two thumbs up!

xx,

Colleen

Photography by Christina Emilie

Wine & Style: Chianti At Via Carota in The West Village

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 Chianti Classico, Monteraponi 2012 Toscana

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Today I am stopping into one of my favorite Italian Restaurants in the West Village, Via Carota.  I love grabbing a glass of wine at this super chic neighborhood spot.  The restaurant has a rustic old-world Italian vibe with wooden floors and wine bottles scattered throughout.   I've eaten dinner here a few times, but it is also a great place to grab a few drinks and some appetizers.  During this visit I sampled the Chianti Classico, Monteraponi 2012 Toscana wine.  It was super light and a perfect red to sample on a chilly winter day.  We tucked into a corner of the restaurant by the windows and people watched while we sampled some NY State and Vermont Cheeses.  The perfect way to spend a happy hour!  Since the vibe of the restaurant is fairly casual, I paired a simple white t-shirt with this gold bomber from Club Monaco.  These high waisted Mother jeans and classic pumps complete the look!

What The Experts Say:

Chianti Classico is the heartland of the Chianti wine region – its traditional and longest-established viticultural area. The term classico is used in this way in several Italian wine regions, although Chianti is the most famous example. This Monteraponi has a transparent bright ruby color with savory aromas of sour cherries, black tea, sage, tobacco and a whiff of horse stable. Fairly slender on the palate, ripe but not extracted, it has a smooth texture but slightly bitter tannins on the finish.

What I Say:

This Chianti is very light for a medium-bodied wine.  Like most Chianti's I found it be slightly dry with mild fruit tones and a little bit of a spicy aftertaste.  This will pair universally with most Italian cheeses and could be served as a table wine at your next dinner party!  Very enjoyable!

xx,

Colleen

Photography by Christina Emilie