Rosemary Zraly is a Texas native who moved to NYC with the vastness of her homeland fueling an entrepreneurial spirit. Her early rise to success in Manhattan’s world of beauty and modeling began thanks to a family friend, Wall Street powerhouse Charles Allen, founder of financial institution Allen & Company. Under his tutelage Rosemary honed her novice’s enthusiasm into keen business acumen. This eventually brought her to the doors of Estee Lauder, Orlane and Revlon (as well as being the youngest protege of legendary cosmetic matriarch Helena Rubenstein’s son, Roy Titus). She parlayed her newfound skills into marketing savvy and was given carte blanche to create and develop her own line of cosmetics.
Following this came her entree into the world of champagne where she represented some of the finest houses such as Veuve Clicquot and Taittinger. She became an expert in the field, winning several awards of excellence – among them the prestigious L’ordre des Coteaux de Champagne. From there she expanded into champagne lifestyle, hosting events, tastings and dinners tailored around bubbly and the fine art of living.
An inspired Leroy Neiman christened her “The Champagne Lady” and off she went; to Paris, London, Spain and other destinations that enlarged both her client base and love of cultural exploration. She further expanded to include RMZ Communications, her worldwide marketing company geared toward a champagne / luxury goods clientele seeking U.S. visibility and representation.
Rosemary Zraly is an accomplished author, champagne aficionado and lifestyle connoisseur whose many radio and TV appearances have spanned four decades and several continents. From India to Bhutan to Syria and on, her broadened perspective about the fragile state of the world is newfound motivation for a longstanding passion; to inspire conscious and conscientious living within the international community – be it the underprivileged or simply the unaware.
Champagne buoys her spirit, Synchronistory® her soul, and J’aimestones® gives it substance.