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The Amphitheatre of Vines, Vignebole Rasse on the French Riviera

13 November 2023

In the heart of the French Riviera, nestled between the Baous mountains and the turquoise of the Mediterranean Sea, lies the Rasse Vineyard, a sanctuary of vines that traces its roots back to the ancient Roman era. This idyllic estate, situated in Saint Jeanette, emerged from the soil in the 1950s, with its oldest vines proudly standing as silent witnesses to the passage of time. An encouter with Manuel Rasse, the owner of the property, unveiling the stories behind this magical place.  The Amphitheatre of Vines: A Roman Legacy The Rasse Vineyard unfolds like an amphitheater, its terraced slopes showcasing a breathtaking sea view, paying homage to its ancient Roman origins. The land, steeped in history, has borne witness to centuries of cultivation and the evolution of winemaking traditions. From the highest points of the estate, the Baous mountains stand as sentinels, overseeing the meticulous cultivation of 17 different grape varieties that grace the property. A Symphony of Varieties: From Rolle to Merlot and other varieties Rasse Vineyard's commitment to diversity is reflected in its cultivation of 17 different grape varieties, a testament to the richness of the terroir. Manuel Rasse, the owner of the vineyard, tells us all about the property in detail.  From the

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Gregory Berben, an Artist Who Gets His Creativity from the French Riviera

Gregory Berben, an Artist Who Gets His Creativity from the French Riviera

12 November 2019

When you have a meeting with art, you have an encounter with the artist, first. Or, at least, you try, because the universe of the artist is quite complex. With Gregory Berben, everything seems simpler within its profoundness. Let's discover him ...

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The future is in the art, the art is in the future

The future is in the art, the art is in the future

21 October 2019

When art touches you, you want to know more about the artist behind it. I met Nicoleta Jutka, a Romanian artist based in Germany who talked to me about different aspects of her life as an artist. Let's read more in ...

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The Interview with The Iron Lady of Nice Cosmetology, Catherine Feher

The Interview with The Iron Lady of Nice Cosmetology, Catherine Feher

3 October 2019

When you're looking for authenticity in beauty, you'll sure find some power inside, too. I met the Iron Lady of Cosmetology Niçoise and I let you discover her, too, in my interview below. Catherine Feher is a name, here on the Cote ...

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Italian Cuisine and the Slow Food Vibe on the French Riviera

Italian Cuisine and the Slow Food Vibe on the French Riviera

30 September 2019

On a beautiful evening, on the legendary Croisette Avenue in Cannes, I stopped at the Italian restaurant Mimi to plunge myself into another culinary world. I was pleased to discover the Italian vibe from the very beginning. The south hospitality and very close attention to details, ...

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Provençal Retro Chic Flowers for the 6th Edition of Ladies Rally Vintage Cars Monaco

Provençal Retro Chic Flowers for the 6th Edition of Ladies Rally Vintage Cars Monaco

10 September 2019

It was the cracking of dawn that revived in me the feeling of a great day ready to unveil. I knew it from my heart that it was going to be a sunny classy day because of Martine's solar energy. Martine Ackermann is the ...

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How to stay healthy and fit in the new era, Interview

How to stay healthy and fit in the new era, Interview

16 July 2019

Stay fit, eat healthy, do some sport, these are regular parts of a normal lifestyle, nowadays. People have become more and more aware of the importance of shifting from sedentarism to movement, to embrace self-consciousness and be more active on all ...

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Heiko Saxo Paints on the Helicopter in Monaco

Heiko Saxo Paints on the Helicopter in Monaco

10 June 2019

Painting on a Cadillac, on watches, perfumes, even on an helicopter, that is something you can't see every day! The artist Heiko Saxo gave us the opportunity to discover his art through an authentic editorial in an unique background like the Heliport of Monaco, ...

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Ballet is Worth Dying For, Interview With Luca Masala

Ballet is Worth Dying For, Interview With Luca Masala

20 March 2019

I've entered the Academy of Dance Princess Grace with the emotion of a little girl remembering the days when I used to hold that bar, bend, do the pirouettes, dance like a ballerina. Those moments of grace came back to my mind and stirred ...

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