Pre-Christmas Champagne Treat At Bourne & Hollingsworth

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Fancy a treat before the madness? Ruinart Champagne and Bourne & Hollingsworth are offering just that.

December is, let’s face it, a pain in the arse. People who only go out once a year and have the manners and good grace of Donald Trump flood your venue. Incapable of using words such as please and thank you and desperate to show off to their colleagues in the only way they know how, by being a complete shart biscuit. bh-buidings-greenhouse

Before you head into this month of hosting these human weeping sores why not give yourself a treat?

As far as treats go a 5 course dinner matched with fine wines and champagne is a pretty damn good one.

Bourne & Hollingsworth are collaborating with the oldest Champagne house in the world, Ruinart, to bring you a rather special evening. Set against the exceptionally pretty Greenhouse in the Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings you will be treated to a five course multi-sensory banquet paired with the finest wines from the Ruinart cellars.

You will be guided through time, from the founding of the Maison in 1729 through to today, with rare wine and champagne whilst enjoying a menu specifically designed by Executive Chef Adam Gray to bring out the best in the Ruinart expressions.

The event will be taking place on Monday November 14th from 8pm and tickets are on sale for £125 for 5 courses and 5 paired rare wines and champagnes.

More information can be found on the event Facebook page here and bookings can be made right here.

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