Do you LOVE wine, but not all the sugar? Do you want your wine to be small batch, vegan and organic? Then I cannot recommend Scout & Cellar enough to all of you. These wines are DELICIOUS. My friend (and fellow animal rescue advocate), @sshaw62680
works for Scout & Cellar. If you want to order any, you can do it right from the website (cut and paste so sweet Sam gets credit):
I happen to love a good Chardonnay or rosé. The ones featured in this photo here are all fabulous. But if you love reds, Scout & Cellar has plenty of those too. Try the Middle Jane Pinot Noir. It is yummy (and goes great with pizza).
Scout & Cellar wines are all small batch wines. If your favorite isn't available, it's because they sell out quickly! (I learned this the hard way. Note to self to stock up!) .
Give yourself (or others) the gift of wine without all the added sugars, pesticides, sulfites, etc. I cannot recommend them enough. Thank you, Sam, for schooling me on my favorite topic...wine!
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Sam Shaw at the beach in Amagansett, New York, 1957.
My all time favorite photograph of Marilyn (plus she’s at my favorite beach & the beach I go to every Summer) 🌊💙 / Sam Shaw in 1957.
the thing i’m scared of most is myself. but i do feel i’ve grown both as an actress and a person, and i hope i’ll keep growing. - marilyn monroe, interview with Heartbert Kamm, 1957 /// sam shaw, 1957 🌊
“You can’t have everything in life the way you want it. You have to accept what comes your way.” - Marilyn Monroe
/ sam shaw, 1957
***CONTEST TO WIN FREE WINE*** As of today (Thursday 11/29), the winner will get $200. of Scout & Cellar wine for FREE and 30% off 3 additional bottles of wine.🍷 Here's how to enter the contest: ✅ Purchase wine using the web link in my profile between now and Friday, November 30th at midnight
✅ NO minimum purchase requirement. Buy 1-5 bottles get 1 entry, buy 6-11 bottles get 2 entries, buy 12+ bottles get 3 entries ✅ Place an order AND share this post and tag a friend here, get 1 extra entry ✅Join the wine club, get 2 entries
The winner will be drawn & announced on Saturday, December 1st. The order will be sent standard ground shipping. If you've been thinking about trying wine from Scout & Cellar this is a PERFECT opportunity.
All of the wines pictured are live on the site TODAY, Thursday the 29th!! 🍷Also live on the site: the Bookbinder 2nd Edition Magnum for just over $132!! This would be such a special gift for loved ones, friends, coworkers, and more. (celebrate all your hard work in 2018!!). We have a limited quantity so grab these quickly!
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Pictured here on September 15, 1954 is the famous shot of Marilyn Monroe's "flying skirt" by photographer Sam Shaw during the filming of The Seven Year Itch. This scene was filmed in New York on Lexington Avenue between 53rd and 52nd and depicts Marilyn Monroe and her costar, Tom Ewell, leaving a movie theater while the wind from a passing subway below sends Monroe's skirt flying up and she remarks “Isn't it delicious?” Sam Shaw and Monroe became friends in 1951 when they met on the film set of Viva Zapata. He was the film's still photographer, and she was still a relatively unknown actress. The pair became fast-friends and carpooled to set every day since Shaw, being a New Yorker, did not have his license. Shaw and Monroe stayed friends and collaborated on various projects after Viva Zapata, including the Seven Year Itch where Shaw was commissioned to photograph images to promote the film. Shaw took inspiration from one of his successful shots from the 1940s in which he photographed a sailor and a girl in a wind tunnel with her skirt flying up with the wind. Interesting, the famous moment of Monroe's skirt being blown up occurred twice. Once for the sake of publicity, an event that attracted a crowd of press reporters and photographers, and then a second time for the actual film with the more quiet audience of only a small production crew, including Shaw.