Fancy the finer things in life?
Clear the calendar: an evening of refined French luxury is coming our way.
Pommery Champagne House boasts an esteemed 175-year legacy, set in motion by the formidable Madame Pommery, who took over the House in 1858 following the death of her husband.
What followed was nearly two centuries of innovation, including the 1874 invention of the Brut style of champagne and the construction of one of the most spectacular and unique vineyards in the Champagne region.
This illustrious legacy continues to this day, and co-owner of Vranken Pommery
Champagne House, Madame Nathalie Vranken, will be arriving on our shores to host an incredibly special one-night-only event showcasing their finest offerings.
The intimate evening will be held in Parmelia Hilton’s Executive Lounge and will allow guests to enjoy Perth’s first ever tasting of the highly coveted Pommery Cuvée Louise 2005 Parcelles Vintage – a wine originally created in homage to the daughter of Madame Pommery. To accompany? Caviar bumps from Parisian institution Kaviari, of course – alongside a sprawling, sumptuous grazing table.
Taking place on Friday, October 13 from 7-9pm, tickets are extremely limited – get yours here.
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