There’s nothing like artistic expression to excite the senses. Arabella Magazine , the stunning Canadian art,architecture, design and lifestyle magazine is celebrating its first year anniversary. Arabella is simply a feast! A feast for the eyes, the taste buds, the creative side in you! a total feast for all the senses Its’ a stunning portrayal of the simple AND extravagant. This is a coffee table magazine to hold onto, to enjoy time and time again.
We are regular contributors to Arabella Magazine. For the Summer 2009 edition we thought what better way to celebrate a special occasion than with some bubbly! Champagne and all the assorted permutations of this simply fabulous wine. So we wrote an article, entitled “Bubbles and Bites”, from Champagne to incredibly reasonable sparkling wines. We hope we’ve made a compelling case for the bubbly, the one that sparkles, that enchants, that knows, no boundaries. From a toast, Cheers, Salute or Prost, to an appetizer, through to dessert, you can take this special fizz anywhere, anytime!
We invited in studio with us, Founder and Editor in Chief, Debra Usher, as well as Publisher Brian Usher. Also joining us, on the heels of the RBC Canadian Open, last week, in our home town of Oakville, many of us may still have GOLF on the brain, particularly Georgia! Shonah Chalmers, Executive Chef for Eagles Nest Golf Club, the ultra luxury club for the NON-member and Guido Ramirez was with us too, from the Bellvue Manor, an extraordinary venue to entertain, host an event and feel like a princess!or like a prince! royalty.
One of the extraordinary pairing we discovered was the lavender infused truffles brought in by Executive Chef Shonah Chalmers and the Jackson Triggs Methode Classique sparkling wine. Simply magnificent!
Caption: Lavender infused truffles and Jackson-Triggs Methode Classique
Arabella, is the common thread here, with our article on Champagne and sparkling wine. The feature on Eagles Nest and the introduction to Bellvue Manor. We are celebrating beauty, the good life and possibly a great golf game, or at least an incredible 19th hole!!! Listen to a snippet of the radio interview here.