Who is Archer Roose?
Who is Archer Roose, you ask? She is the relatively anonymous-yet-living embodiment of human adventure. A bold, carefree woman, she represents the fearless curiosity usually found in the reckless innocence of youth or along the invisible-yet-distinct border nestled between one’s Id and Ego. As the child of a bygone era, she has been known to travel the world atop a moose in search of the previously unknown and heretofore undiscovered.
Archer’s insouciant, creative abandon stems from her father, a fanciful, third-generation shoemaker of Belgian descent. Deriving his inspiration from the medieval shoemakers long before him, he employed the regular use of cordovan leather to hand craft the finest of women’s footwear — his creativity evident in each cross stitch and perpendicular pattern.
Archer’s bold sense of fearless determination is a trait passed along by her mother. A woman regarded as the first one-armed, female blacksmith in all of France. Raised in the outskirts of Beaulieu-Sur-Mer, where the sea and the mountains are known to rub shoulders, her proclivity towards the fuller and her subsequent mastery of the anvil — despite her notable disadvantage — became the yarn from which tales were woven. Eventually earning her the nickname of “La reine du marteau à feu”, The Queen of the Fire Hammer, and the status of a pioneer. With these seedlings planted deep into fertile soil, the eventual blooming of a bold, daring Archer Roose should come as no surprise.
But still, you may ask, for what reason does this ageless daughter of a cordwainer and one-armed blacksmith travel the globe perched atop an antlered quadruped? The answer is simple - the democratization of fine wine. And so without judgement, reprehension or rebuke, Archer Roose has made it her duty to deliver an irrevocable experience of wanderlust to the prudent, traveling near and far in search of worldly wines for the enjoyment of all.