Tipp Rambler. Your New Favorite Rosé.
We recently co-sponsored the women’s networking event Success Becomes Her in Pacific Palisades and were thrilled to have Tipp Rambler as our official wine of the night. The guest of honor was Marissa Hermer, who starred in several seasons of Bravo’s “Ladies of London” and is currently enjoying huge success as a restauranteur. Success Becomes Her is a Palisades-based net-working group of women who come together every month to support one another and to hear guest speakers discuss their experiences in the world of business.
We love to serve wine at these events and on this occasion offered Tipp Rambler, a single-serve, sparkling rosé made from 100% California Pinot Noir by James MacPhail. As you are probably aware, attractive packaging does not guarantee a good product. But in this case, it does! The bottles are served in light blue carry packs of four and the labeling is transparent and simple. Remember when La Marca debuted their baby blue Prosecco bottle and it instantly became the first choice for every bridal shower, baby shower, brunch, and MNO across America? We think that Tipp Rambler will fill those shoes (and those wine glasses) quite well.
One of the services we include in our company’s hourly bartender rate is a shopping guide. Clients need help choosing the right quantities for their guest count and selecting the best pairings for the meal. Most people feel confident in their brand selection for spirits like vodka and bourbon, but when it comes to choosing a bubbly, they need help. We hear statements like, “I don’t want anything that will give me a hangover” and “I don’t want one that’s too sweet.” Walking into a beverage specialty store like Total Wine & More or Wally’s can be overwhelming since there are so many choices and significant ranges in price. A less expensive label doesn’t mean it’s going to be horrible and a pricier choice doesn’t mean you’ll like it. So when we discover a wine that checks every box, it makes our job a lot easier. Most of our clients have a set budget they hope to stick to, and in the era of Instagram and Pinterest, want aesthetically pleasing products displayed in their homes.
Jordan & Jocelyn