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Clicquot in the Snow Announces Full Event Calendar

Clicquot in the Snow Announces Full Event Calendar

30 JULY - 3 AUGUST

The five-day Clicquot in the Snow celebration runs from Wednesday 30 July to Sunday 3 August, offering locals and visitors to Queenstown a chance to toast winter with one of the world’s finest champagnes and indulge in some après ski fun with the announcement of their full event calendar.

The annual Clicquot in the Snow event has been held in resorts from Tignes to Aspen and for the fourth year adds Queenstown to the list of worldwide winter destinations.

The week-long champagne snow buzz will transform Queenstown with sophistication, show-stopping style and gastronomic sensation. The below events are all available to the public:

Clicquot Brunch Sessions

Start the day in style with a Veuve Clicquot brunch session at Pier 19, Steamers Wharf, available from 30 July – 31 August, 9am-2pm. For $35, diners can look forward to a bespoke menu perfectly paired with a flute of Veuve Clicquot yellow label and a complimentary pair of limited edition Clicquot touch screen gloves.

Guest DJ Vincent Hanna will host a special brunch session with a twist on Friday 1 August, 10am-2pm.

Clicquot Snow Bar

Enjoy the best view in town (or arguably the world) at the Clicquot Snow Bar on the main deck at Coronet Peak. Open from 10am-4pm, it’s après ski at its finest, the perfect spot for a cheeky post-run tipple or a game of Clicquot mini golf. Enjoy a bespoke menu matched with a flute of Veuve Clicquot and a complimentary pair of limited edition Clicquot touch screen gloves.

Clicquot Degustation Dinner

The ultimate highlight and luxury winter treat for the food and wine gourmand, experience five outstanding Veuve Clicquot champagnes, matched expertly to five dishes by chef Frederic Monnier. Friday, 1 August at Wakatipu Grill, The Hilton. Limited tickets are $150 and can be purchased from The Hilton (call to book, 03 450 9400) An Evening with Kathryn Wilson and Veuve Clicquot New Zealand's premier footwear designer, Kathryn Wilson, will showcase her spring/summer 2014 collection at the Heliworks Hangar on Saturday 2nd August. Witness an exclusive catwalk preview before the collection hits boutiques nationwide, meet Kathryn and toast the new season in elegant company with a flute of Veuve Clicquot. Very limited tickets, $50, visit www.kathrynwilson.com to purchase.

Clicquot After Party

A night out in Queenstown wouldn’t be complete without a visit to late-night favourite, The Bunker. The Official After Party venue, The Bunker, will give you a chance to defrost and party up to the sounds of the countries top DJs on Tuesday 31 July from 9pm to late.

Late Night Sessions

Continue the late night celebrations on Friday 1 August at hot spot Barmuda from 9pm till late with top DJs.

About Veuve Clicquot:
The champagne house was established in 1772 by Philippe Clicquot, and began to thrive when Madame Clicquot took the helm 1805. For over 200 years, Veuve Clicquot has been inspiring the world to “Be Clicquot”: modern, audacious and premium quality. These values, set forth by the groundbreaking and extraordinary Madame Clicquot and maintained by generations of Clicquot drinkers, promise a remarkable experience with each sip of Veuve Clicquot. Today its eponymous Yellow Label continues to be one of the world’s most beloved champagnes.


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