Angels and Rosé: Wine royalty at SoMa renovated church
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Whispering Angel founder Sacha Lichine, Ken Fulk, and Juliet de Baubigny recently hosted a celebration of rosé and roses featuring Chateau d'Esclans, Whispering Angel Rosé and Rock Angel Rosé. The May 3 event was held at the spacious venue Saint Joseph's Arts Society, and included bites from A16, Slanted Door, Hog Island Oyster Farm, as well as live music.
Fulk's Saint Joseph Society, a deconsecrated Catholic Church now re-created as a glamorous 20,000-square-foot-party space, was flooded in shades of pink light to match all of Lichine's famous rose wines. Pete Moore Band, playing classy standards before the night erupted into a high rock and roll and dance set St. Tropez style by buzzy Australian DJ GG Magree.
Founded by Ken Fulk as a haven and a source of inspiration, Saint Joseph's Arts Society provides subscribers and their guests high-touch experiences and multi-disciplinary arts programming designed to bring art and beauty back into the forefront of our lives.
The separate non-profit entity, Saint Joseph's Arts Foundation, underwrites the participation of working artists and funds artist residencies, guest performances and educational programs that are open to the public.
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