News Le Bernardin's Eric Ripert Shares His Favorite Rosé and the Best Way to Enjoy Truffles By Joanna Bober Joanna Bober Joanna Bober is a New York-based writer and editor who covers an array of topics, from food and travel to fashion, beauty, and health. She was previously the Lifestyle Director for seven years, where she coordinated the management of all aspects of story production. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on June 22, 2015 @ 08:15AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Joshua Kessler Talking about culinary pleasures on the top of Aspen Mountain with three-star Michelin chef Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin was a delightful dip into his world. In town for the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, he answered a few questions that handily transported us to his native France, if just for a few delicious moments. Last meal on earth? It would have to be toasted bread rubbed with olive oil and topped with shaved black truffles. I’d sprinkle it with rock salt and black pepper. Favorite gadget? I love my knives! I have one set that I share with my family, and a Japanese set that is just for me to use. Favorite ingredient right now? I’m very excited about sea urchin and have been crazy about it for many years. I warm them up and then serve them with a drop of melted butter and a bit of lemon juice. What you’ll be sipping this summer? A glass of rosé from Domaine Ott. I love the bottle, the color and the minerality. Drew Barrymore Dishes on Wine, Kitchen Bravery and "Mom Brain"