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Carlo Rossi is bringing back the Rossi Posse with  their “Rossi Moments” Facebook initiative. Every month a Fan or “Posse” is chosen, their photo is then featured on the Carlo Rossi Fan Page, story accompanying. 
I don’t do this often, but I cackled.
Oh, oh you guys. Hnnnngggg. This is the moment I’ve been waiting for since college and they have no idea. THEY HAVE NO IDEA WHAT’S COMING THEIR WAY. 

Carlo Rossi is bringing back the Rossi Posse with  their “Rossi Moments” Facebook initiative. Every month a Fan or “Posse” is chosen, their photo is then featured on the Carlo Rossi Fan Page, story accompanying. 

I don’t do this often, but I cackled.

Oh, oh you guys. Hnnnngggg. This is the moment I’ve been waiting for since college and they have no idea. THEY HAVE NO IDEA WHAT’S COMING THEIR WAY. 

Back in the late 70s to early 80s, Carlo Rossi produced several commercials, forever accessible through CarloRossi.com for our viewing pleasure. Here are a few words from Mr. Rossi from these ads, 

"I’ve been in the wine business for almost half a century. The one thing I’ve learned is; you got to have it in a bottle."
"You’ve seen me holding a glass of wine before. Now I’m holding two glasses of wine… to make a point!"
"This is our Paisano wine. Paisano means friend, and Paisano is a friendly wine.”
"I like talking about Carlo Rossi Burgandy (laughs) but I rather drink it."

I wish you could all see my face right now, because is not unlike a thousand brilliant suns of happiness burning a hole through the fabric of I Fucking Love This So Hard. 
Dear PR at Carlo Rossi, call me. 

Back in the late 70s to early 80s, Carlo Rossi produced several commercials, forever accessible through CarloRossi.com for our viewing pleasure. Here are a few words from Mr. Rossi from these ads, 

"I’ve been in the wine business for almost half a century. The one thing I’ve learned is; you got to have it in a bottle."

"You’ve seen me holding a glass of wine before. Now I’m holding two glasses of wine… to make a point!"

"This is our Paisano wine. Paisano means friend, and Paisano is a friendly wine.”

"I like talking about Carlo Rossi Burgandy (laughs) but I rather drink it."

I wish you could all see my face right now, because is not unlike a thousand brilliant suns of happiness burning a hole through the fabric of I Fucking Love This So Hard. 

Dear PR at Carlo Rossi, call me. 

Ah, Carlo Rossi. Official beverage of camping, champion of grape extraction in tremendous volume, and all around nice guy.
Variety aside, the best quality in Carlo Rossi is the  dizzying amount  of drink that you get for, what, 5 bucks? Their largest jug is 4 liters. That’s enough wine for like, two hours at a party. Here’s a  tip. Dump that mysterious leftover wine blend into a juice dispenser  with some fruit. Your party just went up 10 Classy points. Not having a  party? Shut up. Don’t even joke about that, you’re always partying.
The second best thing about Carlo Rossi is the glass jug that remains after consumption conquest. It’s huge.  This one time Bryan McSweeney hiked into Ojai back country with an  entire 4 liter jug of Blush Rossi. It was easily the heaviest thing in  his pack, but we polished that berry bomb off like it was the only way  we were emerging from those woods alive.
Let’s pretend for a minute that we saved every Rossi jug that met our  sticky mouths and take this moment to pause and contemplate the  impressive reality of what could have been if we reused each and every  bottle.
Uses of Carlo Rossi Bottles
Glass harmonica
Coin bank
Old timey river raft
Impressive art installation
Door stopper
Bookends
Bedroom mobile
Bookmark
Home Insulation
Candlesticks
Boat anchor
Ant farm
Bubblegum dispenser
Camera stand
Ashtray
Coffee table legs
Broomstick holder
Watering can
Emergency toilet
Permanent trashcan
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Ah, Carlo Rossi. Official beverage of camping, champion of grape extraction in tremendous volume, and all around nice guy.

Variety aside, the best quality in Carlo Rossi is the  dizzying amount of drink that you get for, what, 5 bucks? Their largest jug is 4 liters. That’s enough wine for like, two hours at a party. Here’s a tip. Dump that mysterious leftover wine blend into a juice dispenser with some fruit. Your party just went up 10 Classy points. Not having a party? Shut up. Don’t even joke about that, you’re always partying.

The second best thing about Carlo Rossi is the glass jug that remains after consumption conquest. It’s huge. This one time Bryan McSweeney hiked into Ojai back country with an entire 4 liter jug of Blush Rossi. It was easily the heaviest thing in his pack, but we polished that berry bomb off like it was the only way we were emerging from those woods alive.

Let’s pretend for a minute that we saved every Rossi jug that met our sticky mouths and take this moment to pause and contemplate the impressive reality of what could have been if we reused each and every bottle.

Uses of Carlo Rossi Bottles

  1. Glass harmonica
  2. Coin bank
  3. Old timey river raft
  4. Impressive art installation
  5. Door stopper
  6. Bookends
  7. Bedroom mobile
  8. Bookmark
  9. Home Insulation
  10. Candlesticks
  11. Boat anchor
  12. Ant farm
  13. Bubblegum dispenser
  14. Camera stand
  15. Ashtray
  16. Coffee table legs
  17. Broomstick holder
  18. Watering can
  19. Emergency toilet
  20. Permanent trashcan

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