Cambridge Champagne Company partners with Cambridge Art Fair to bring excellence to the city
Cambridge Art Fair will feature it’s very own Champagne Bar for the first time in 2016, due to a partnership with Cambridge Champagne Company, exclusive UK suppliers of Champagne Dominique Boulard.
Paul Gibson and Sean Moore run Cambridge Champagne Company. Paul has visited Cambridge Art Fair several times in recent years and was very keen to get involved when presented with the Champagne Bar opportunity.
Craig Kerrecoe, Managing Director of Red Dot Events Limited, the organisers of Cambridge Art Fair, said-
“We have served alcohol before at the art fair but Cambridge Champagne Company brings an exclusive product that will appeal to the discerning visitors that come to the fair. We are very pleased to be working with Paul and the team at Cambridge Champagne Company and look forward to hearing what our visitors think of their fabulous Champagne.”
Dominique Boulard’s family have been tending their vines for over 200 years. Every grape is picked by hand, so neither fruit nor vine is damaged. Each of the three classic champagne grape varieties are grown on Boulard family land. His vines grow on a perfect south-facing slope of the Vallée de la Marne, in the Grand Cru village of Mailly, and in a hamlet called – aptly – Paradis.
This hasn’t gone unnoticed by the prestigious wine guides Hachette des Vins and Gault & Millau. Indeed Dominique’s champagnes have beaten in blind tests many of the more famous brand names.
Visitors to Cambridge Art Fair will be able to buy a glass of champagne at the event and will be offered a special discount on cases of 20% off retail price, delivered free within 10 miles of Cambridge (£15 for delivery beyond 10 miles). A glass of the Reserve will cost £6 per glass or £10 for 2. A glass of the Grand Cru will be £8 per glass or £15 for 2.
The Champagne Bar will be in the Large Hall, between the doors through to the Small Hall, right the very centre of fair.
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