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I would like to introduce you to some Rosés that are fabulous with the lighter, summer-styling foods on Corey Heyer’s new summer menu. Rosés are made in many different styles, and I have discovered three Rosés that are unique, yet have things in common as well. Did you know the term Rosé (roh-zay) is French for “pink” or rose-colored? This refers to the color of the wine. Things in common with all three Rosés: All are dry to semi-dry and are made from red grapes; all have a short skin maceration time, meaning time the skin stays in contact with juice and seeds—with most Rosés, this is usuall...
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GARDEN-INSPIRED COCKTAILS TRY THESE AT HOME - GARDEN-INSPIRED COCKTAIL RECIPES “Garden to Plate” describes many of your seasonal dining options when you come to the Inn, but have you tried our “Garden to Glass” summer cocktails from the bar?   Healthy, refreshing and oh so delicious, these drinks like the Caprese Cocktail, made with freshly squeezed Jersey tomatoes from our garden, or the Sake-Tini cucumber martini and Lemon Basil-Ade capture the summer. So grow your own cocktails with these recipes and ingredients from your own garden. CAPRESE COCKTAIL CAPRESE COCKTAIL (c...
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Two more rooms with fresh personalities have recently been renovated at the Inn. Similar to the recently completed Metro 14 and 15, Rooms 19 and 21 provide guests with elegance in an efficient space. I chose a fresh, uplifting apple green wall color for Room 19. The tobacco stained headboard and furniture is beautifully contrasted by crisp white accessories and mirrored frames. The green and naturalistic textures and fabrics are soothing for the stay, as are the fern details on the upholstery and accessories and the textural woven desk chair. In both rooms I strived to feature interesting wa...
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Planning a wedding takes an extreme amount of coordination of details. But who comes up with the overall design and vision for the wedding? And who pays attention to the details of the various elements and ensures that they are coming together to tell a story? In many cases, the bride and groom have snippets of ideas that they want to include in their dream wedding, maybe a color or the style of the wedding dress, but they struggle in how to pull it all together. Several years ago, I developed the Jeffrey B. Haines Signature Style of Entertaining, exclusively at the Bernards Inn. Having worked...
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On a recent wine trip to California, my travel plans included visiting Livermore Valley which is located about one hour south of Napa Valley and 30 miles southeast of San Francisco. Livermore Valley is an AVA (Approved Viticultural Area), which is one of California’s oldest wine districts. This AVA is 15 miles long and 10 miles wide. There are many wineries in Livermore Valley, but one of the most popular is Wente Vineyards. Wente also boasts a wonderful restaurant located at the entrance to their beautiful Greg Norman PGA golf course. If you play golf on this magnificent course, and your g...
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