THE CHELSEA ROSÉ WINE ESSENTIAL COLLECTION (MIXED ROSÉ CASE OF 6X75CL) Côtes de Provence/France
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U.S. announces new NUCLEAR weapon 24 times the power of Hiroshima - days after it emerged China plans to double its arsenal of warheads by 2030 Surprisingly, this is the first Main Avenue show garden at Chelsea that puts wheelchair accessibility at the forefront of the design. As always with this duo’s gardens, the planting will dazzle. Acer and birch trees provide dappled light over woodland planting that includes Aruncus ‘Horatio’, the intriguing Polygonatum x hybridum ‘Betberg’ and Boehmeria platanifolia Lushan. Chelsea Water is a superb dry Provence rosé. Classically styled, the wine enjoys an elegantly perfumed nose, with peaches, pears, and nectarines on the palate. The finish is long and refreshing with citrus freshness. An excellent food wine, Chelsea Water is best served well-chilled with a Provence salad, or seafood dishes.
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What excites me even more is how simple it is to prepare your own steam distilled rose water – just add a little time! Now, when he’s not serving looks on Made In Chelsea, Ollie’s running his own gay dating app called Chappy.
Plants at Chelsea 2023: Roses ‘Beryl Felicia Manthorp’ (left) and ‘Louise Peel’ (right), 2023’s new introductions from Peter Beales. Photos: Peter Beales Roses During his wedding ceremony, Ollie was heartbroken that his mother had to wear a mask due to the government guidelines at the time. I should know, I work with them, and can confirm that this vintage rosé prosecco has a froth of pressed redcurrants and fresh rhubarb.
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Rose water is an Ayurvedic beauty essential that I simply can’t live without. There is always a bottle (or 2 or 3) in my cabinet and trust me I don’t have a huge range of beauty products. I live by the rule that less is more. I use rose water as a multi-purpose beauty elixir – it’s sheer luxury and super simple to make at home. It was considered the fragrance of royalty and brought to palaces from the Indian city of Kannauj (famous for distilling roses to make perfume) – so let’s immerse in the essence of rose and invoke your inner goddess! Chelsea’s Great Pavilion is the place to seek out the latest, most exciting and superbly grown plants, and the 2023 show was no exception, with lots to discover among its exhibits of top-class plants. Here’s our selection of stand-out plants at Chelsea 2023. Norfolk-based Peter Beales Roses were also awarded a gold medal for their beautiful display of roses which included two new introductions: ‘Beryl Felicia Manthorp’ and ‘Louise Peel’. ‘Beryl Felicia Manthorp’ is an elegant, semi-double apricot-flowered Floribunda with plentiful tight buds opening to romantic blooms. Its fantastic name comes from a beloved Norwich dance teacher, who, in 1939, at the age of 18 founded the Guildhall School of Dancing, where she specialised in teaching ballet to children from two upwards and wrote a definitive book on the subject.Next, Ollie sparked a romance with former TOWIE star Sam Faiers during his time in Celebrity Big Brother in 2014.