Graduation is an event that draws a bag of emotions, conflicting at times, but worth savoring nevertheless; sadness because you will leave behind the people and places that you have grown fond of for the past several years; joy because it means you are finally done with books and quizzes and assignments; happiness because you can finally pay back your parents and other benefactors for the years of hard work; uncertainty because, well, you don’t know what kind of future awaits you outside the four walls of the classrooms.
But no matter how and what you feel inside, graduation is a time for celebration. A grand celebration of family, of friendship, and of course, of gratitude—to parents, teachers, sisters, brothers, classmates, friends, to God and to everyone who help you realize that dream of getting a college diploma.
Celebrate because you are lucky. Not everyone is able to finish college and therefore is assured of a brighter future ahead.
And what better way to celebrate than with a bottle or two of your favorite wine to mark that important milestone in your life: Rossi Sweet Red.
Rossi Sweet Red is like a dream: it is soft, and as its name suggests, sweet with layers of vanilla, bright cherry and wild raspberry flavours. But unlike a dream, its well-balanced palate and light medium body stays with you, no matter how you drink it (on the rocks or not, or chilled), and what food you take (no more over thinking if it goes well with fish, meat or cheese).
Crafted from grapes grown in California where the sun nourishes the grapes to perfection, assuring you of wines that burst with flavour and aroma, Rossi Sweet Red has just the right amount of alcohol content and can be savoured at the right price. No need to bleed the credit cards to enjoy its radiance in red.
Of course, it goes without saying that because Rossi Sweet Red is red, it is good for the health. Best of all, it is from the Number One Table Wine in the world, Carlo Rossi. So you are assured of high quality without the high tag price.
Steve Jobs, the famous man responsible for the most useful gadgets ever invented, once told graduates of Stanford University, “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life….And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.”
Follow your dreams, graduates. Follow your instincts. Lead your own life. Live your dream. Love what you do. These are the simple, basic formula for success.
And success is sweetest when shared with family, friends and loved ones over a glass or two of Rossi Sweet Red.
Here’s a toast to the Class of 2014!
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