Your first look at Perrier-Jouët’s enchanting Champagne Garden at Euro

It’s not every day that two of the greats come together to create an exclusive, prestigious event like Perrier-Jouët’s Champagne Garden. The world-class champagne producer has partnered with Auckland’s iconic waterfront stalwart, Euro Bar & Restaurant, to create an enchanting, immersive experience, available throughout the month of April.

In true Perrier-Jouët fashion, Euro’s chic and modern space has been transformed into a wondrous garden with soft, lush hues and floral details. Designed as a natural oasis in the heart of our bustling city, every element of the space has been conceived to reflect Perrier-Jouët’s affinity for nature’s beauty (consider the anemone flowers that have become such an iconic symbol of the brand).

This creativity will continue throughout April as acclaimed mixologist, Katie Cramphorn, introduces her new line-up of nature-inspired Perrier-Jouët cocktails. These will sit alongside a specially-conceived champagne menu showcasing Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut and Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé, as well as the exclusive Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Brut and Rosé.

Executive Chef, Gareth Stewart has also prepared a eight-course degustation Chef’s Table dinner for those that want to entirely immerse themselves in the multi-sensory experience. Accompanied by a Perrier-Jouët tasting, the floral notes in the flutes of champagne will not only be matched to but also enhanced by Stewart’s carefully and delicately-crafted food offering. With only two of these experiences taking place, we suggest clicking here for information about booking a spot.

But the gastronomic element of the Champagne Garden doesn’t stop there. We’re giving one lucky Denizen the chance to win a Champagne Garden experience for two, including two dozen Bluff oysters. What better way to make the most of a sunny afternoon by the water. For more information and to enter, click here.

*This competition has now closed.

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