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Clicquot Transforms Queenstown

Clicquot Transforms Queenstown Into Australasia’s Biggest Winter Playground

Clicquot in the Snow will transform Queenstown into Australasia’s biggest winter playground from Wednesday 30 July to Sunday 3 August. Locals and international guests are invited to indulge in Clicquot-inspired experiences during the weeklong après ski celebration.

The annual Clicquot in the Snow festival has been held in resorts from Tignes to Aspen and for the fourth year running, adds Queenstown to its list of worldwide winter destinations. Veuve Clicquot will partner up with shoe queen Kathryn Wilson and top bars and restaurants to create a weeklong champagne snow buzz including Clicquot Degustation Dinner, Brunch sessions and after parties.

“We can’t wait to bring a piece of international alpine chic to Coronet Peak, Clicquot in the Snow brings a new meaning to après ski,” says Rai Banbury, Veuve Clicquot senior brands manager.

Coronet Peak is one of the most renowned ski resorts in New Zealand. Guests can choose to experience the slopes from sunrise to the late hours of the night with night skiing and relax after at the Clicquot Snow Bar. Guests will be able to enjoy the best view in town (or arguably the world), and a flute of Clicquot at the Veuve Clicquot snow bar on the main deck at Coronet Peak.

Clicquot in the Snow is one of the biggest highlights on the winter calendar, to experience the entertainment and luxury of après ski, book your getaway by visiting www.airnewzealand.co.nz

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