Triple-gold award-winner Rebecca Rosenberg
Rebecca is a champagne geek, lavender farmer and multi-award-winning author of five books
She fell in love with méthode champenoise in Sonoma, California, where she lives on a lavender farm with her family and founded the country's largest lavender company. (See Sonoma Lavender article in the New York Times.) Her book Lavender Fields of America was published in 2012 and a new edition in 2022.
Since then, she has pursued decades of delicious research about champagne in the wine caves and cellars of France and California. She is a champagne historian, tour guide and champagne cocktail creator for Breathless Wines. Rebecca is also a speaker for the National Women's History Alliance.
Champagne Widows Novels
When Rebecca discovered the real-life widows who made champagne a world-wide phenomenon, she knew she'd dedicate years to telling the stories of these remarkable women, Veuve Clicquot, Madame Pommery and Lily Bollinger.
Her other gold medal award-winning novels include The Secret Life of Mrs. London and Gold Digger, the Remarkable Baby Doe Tabor.
- "THE SECRET LIFE OF MRS. LONDON was a really awesome and one-of-a-kind event. The author really went above and beyond to make this a unique experience and a great book launch. The author, Rebecca Rosenberg, dressed according to the time period and she gave a great presentation about the story of the Londons and Houdinis that gave spice to this novel.
- "We had a full house with over 100 people in the audience, who were really amazed and impressed to see such an event taking place at our bookstore. It really was a night to remember! The book Secret Life of Mrs. London has been in our best seller and recommended list and it constantly receives great reviews from our customers and the public."
— Leo Bacquero, Copperfields events
- "Rebecca presented at the Sonoma Valley Authors Festival in May, 2018 and did an excellent job. Her command of the history of Jack London, Charmian and Houdini brought the story of these historical figures to life. Rebecca's enthusiasm for the subject matter and her ability to weave the facts into a compelling novel kept the audience engaged and asking questions."
— R. David Freeman, Co-Founder, Sonoma Valley Authors Festival
- "Rebecca is an engaging, intuitive storyteller with an instinct for showing the heroes in human drama. The Secret Life of Mrs. London was our best-selling fiction novel for over four weeks, and the response to our Reader's Book event with her was incredible. Can't wait for the next one!"
— Rosie Lee, Reader's Books
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