Summer 2021 dedicated to Gastronomy

Jun 29, 2021 • 2 mins
Team @Grappers

This summer more than ever, the Champagne Houses compete with each other in inventiveness to offer their champagne fans novel, and above all “gastronomic” experiences! If you love good food and wine as much as we do at Grappers, you've no doubt already heard about some of them!

The Veuve Clicquot luncheons at the Manoir de Verzy

Since June 12, Veuve Clicquot Champagne House opens the gates of the Parc du Manoir de Verzy for your greatest pleasure. This is a great chance for Champagne lovers to celebrate the summer season around a gourmet and generous picnic, paired with the Brut Rosé Cuvée.
The emphasis is on seasonal products and simple, enticing recipes, which was a great way for Veuve Clicquot to enable its visitors to rediscover the origin of Champagne wine.

Le brunch façon Ruinart

La Maison Ruinart n’est pas en reste avec ses brunchs gourmands. Une occasion pour les amateurs de gastronomie de découvrir la cuisine de Valérie Radou, Chef de la Maison, tout en profitant du cadre idyllique de la terrasse. D’ailleurs, si vous souhaitez en savoir plus, nous avons suivi Olivier Livoir, Hospitality Manager de la Maison le temps une journée. Et il en parle mieux que personne..!

Histoires de Bulles
A day with Olivier Livoir
See the experience
Le panier dégustation Blanc de Blancs « L’Art du Brunch » par Charles Heidsieck

To celebrate our new-found freedom and console our senses strongly shaken by this crisis, five artists have collaborated on an original creation and deliver here their sensory interpretation of the Blanc de Blancs of “Champagne Charlie”! Have this basket delivered including a bottle and mouth-blown flutes, embroidered placemat, jam and floral composition: the perfect basket for a brunch that will tickle your 5 senses in the best conditions.

A stylish picnic in the Moët & Chandon Orangery gardens

Moët & Chandon opens its gardens from June to the end of August, offering visitors the opportunity of relaxing and enjoying a unique and stylish dining experience based on their iconic Rosé, Moët Impérial Rosé. Chef Marco Fadiga put together an exceptional picnic basket inspired by his travels. A true culinary voyage of discovery.

Champagne & Lunch with Belle Epoque Society by Perrier-Jouët

This summer Perrier-Jouët is focusing on experience. Discover the Cellier Belle Époque, a real champagne bar where you can discover the full range of the House, or visit the Maison Belle Époque for a meal to enjoy a menu created by Séverine Frerson, Cellar Master, and Sébastien Morellon, the Champagne House’s head chef. Find more information about this experience in our dedicated article.

So, where will you go this summer?