August 2023 – Chandon Garden Spritz is unveiling its debut pop-up bar at Selfridges London. Open from August 29th – 10th September 2023, this exclusive bar experience is an opportunity to savour the last moments of the summer season.
Premium sparkling wine brand Chandon invites guests to experience its first-ever tuk-tuk style bar. Taking inspiration from its roots in Mendoza, Argentina, shoppers will be able to peek inside a hidden garden, nestled amongst real orange trees.
A respite for shoppers, the 15-seater bar is a welcoming pit stop to relax and enjoy an aperitif moment. Located at the Duke Street entrance of Selfridges London, guests are invited to stop by for a refreshing serve of Chandon Garden Spritz – a harmonious blend of Chandon’s exceptional sparkling wine and orange bitter liqueur. The menu will feature a perfect serve of Chandon Garden Spritz with ice, a sprig of rosemary and garnished with an orange slice – an opportunity to relish in the essence of summer and bid it adieu.
Chandon Garden Spritz
RRP at Selfridges Chandon Garden Spritz Pop-up: Available by bottle: £44.95 / by the glass: £11.95
CHANDON is LVMH’s sparkling wine Maison, founded in 1959 by Robert-Jean de Vogüé, a pioneer with the vision, courage, and drive to redefine the category and craft exceptional sparkling wines in unexpected lands. Now spanning four continents, we have wineries in Argentina, California, Brazil, Australia, China, and India, making ours the largest sparkling vineyard worldwide and the only domain on which the sun never sets. Drawing on a collaborative network of sixteen winemakers of seven different nationalities, we stand for new terroirs, innovative methods and an ever-curious outlook that happily unites our diverse lands and people. CHANDON opens a world of possibilities.
Please drink responsibly.
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