Posted: Sunday, November 12, 2017 – 4:13 PM
By Victoria Talbot
Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse is all about estates on this week’s Walk with the Mayor: estate wines (St. Supéry) and estates at Coldwell Banker North, that is!
This week Mayor Bosse will visit at the St. Supéry wine Holiday Pop-Up on Rodeo Drive. St. Supéry Estate Vineyards and Winery is a 100% Estate Grown, Napa Valley sustainably farmed winery. They are located in the renowned Rutherford growing region in the heart of Napa Valley. “Our vineyards and winery are certified Napa Green. We are proud to be recognized for our exceptional Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and estate red and white blends. All of our wines are estate grown, produced and bottled,” according to their website.
“We tried the ever-amazing Elu, a 2010 Sauvignon Blanc that smelled like guava (in a really good way), and a few other reds,” read one review. “I’m obsessed with this winery. Every wine is delicious and just so just flavorful. I have tried just about every wine they have and each one is just as good or better than the last,” said another. Tours of their winery in Napa are rated as truly exceptional. Really a great idea for a significant contribution to Holiday entertaining, so, as with so many of Mayor Bosse’s walks, this one is just the right thing at just the right time.
And then – Coldwell Banker North, the venerable real estate firm that has been June Scott, then Jon Douglas – and now – Coldwell Banker North. That is a lot of stellar real estate history! Real estate is the “It” thing right now, and Beverly Hills real estate is off the charts. Caldwell Banker North, managed by Loren Judd, is a piece of the history that made this town what it is. Scores of real estate professionals claim this as their office, representing properties from Malibu to Holmby Hills, to Hancock Park and Pacific Palisades, and all over the world, representing billions in residential real estate.
So, wear your walking shoes and join the group on the Crescent steps of City Hall at 8:30 a.m. Monday morning for another adventure with Mayor Lili Bosse. Walk with the Mayor is part of the mayor’s Beverly Hills Healthy City (#BHHealthyCity) campaign, an initiative to create the world’s healthiest city in body, mind, spirit – and business!
By walking with the mayor to visit new and different businesses throughout the City, the community of residents, friends, visitors and businesses connect in a casual and fun way. More importantly, Mayor Bosse makes herself available for one-on-one conversation about what is happening in Beverly Hills. Talk to her about your concerns and tell her what you think. This mayor is involved and accessible.
The award-winning Healthy City initiative will be a significant part of this holiday season! Kicking off next week, the Mayor brings back BOLD – an acronym for Businesses Open Later Days – with her holiday kick off Thursday evening at 5 p.m.! Rodeo Drive will transform, and Robin Thicke will hit the stage with a spectacular holiday lighting ceremony as only Beverly Hills can do it!
“Monday is the best day of the week!” says Mayor Bosse. Everyone is invited. Parking is free at City Hall. Bring the kids, bring the dog, and enjoy!