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Our Minimal Chic look delivers an experience focused on the essentials, keeping things simple, yet elevated.
Chardonnay chic? DomaineLA suggests La Ferme de Jeanne Chardonnay from Bugey France. Some might think that picking Chardonnay during the holidays is a little too cliche. Some might even scoff at Chardonnay in general. This will change everyone's mind. From high altitude vineyards in Bugey, the grapes see vinification and aging in fiberglass tanks - no oak anywhere. What results is a laser focused wine with beautiful fresh acidity that helps cut through the fattiest of holiday meals.
A beautiful charcuterie board exudes simplicity. To class it up for an elevated minimalist vibe, make the star of the board Smoked Trout and Horseradish. When Daniel first traveled to Bavaria to meet Holger’s family, they ventured to the end of a narrow lake that butts up against a great granite cliff where the Alps begin. Here he discovered the hut that only sells smoked trout from the lake and his charcuterie spread was never the same. Keep it simple by adding some crudite and rye bread to finish off the board.
Lou Flowers suggests highlighting a single flower for a beautiful, minimalist feel like hanging amaranthus arranged as a sculpture. If you get a ton of amaranthus the effect is magical and the end result comes out looking like a dripping natural sculpture.