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A Fine New Space with a Bead to Match – Champagne Room opens in Sydney

August 27, 2014 Lifestyle No Comments Email Email

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Leading hospitality company, The Keystone Group opens Australia’s first Perrier-Jouët champagnebar with the launch of Champagne Room, on the upper level of The Winery in September.

Champagne Room is a stunning new concept fitted with decadent booths, replete with a champagne bell (lighting up the waiter station whenever one needs a flute topped up) and commanding views of the city skyline by day and the sparkling lights by night.

Following the footsteps of famous international Champagne hotspots at London’s finest champagne bars Duke’s Hotel and Harvey Nichols, Champagne Room will showcase an impressive list of fine champagne including Perrier-Jouët’s Belle Époque 2006 by the flute (the only venue in Australia to offer this exceptional wine by the glass) and bottle.

Curated by The Keystone Group’s Creative Director Paul Schulte, Champagne Room is a leatherclad stunner, designed for intimate groups reflecting a French art de vivre meets Sydney nightlife.

“Surry Hills nightlife is about to house one of the most exciting new bars in Sydney. We’ve created a seeming synthesis of comfort and a unique escape for Sydney’s champagne lovers.”

The perfect gourmet pairing of the Calvisius Oscietra caviar with a flute of Perrier-Jouët orChampagne Mumm is on offer. Weekend guests will be rewarded with a seafood led brunch offreshly shucked oysters, Harvey Bay scallops and Cloudy Bay prawns. Those dining late can test their senses with a champagne matched to Black Angus Scotch Fillet, Whole Lobster Tail or Poached Skull Island Prawns with their chosen vintage.

Keystone’s highly awarded Sommelier Sarah Limacher continues to impress with a list of first class Australian and international wines, while Group Bar Manager Jason Williams has developed thefinest cocktails reflecting very French and very-chic champagne inspired mélanges.

Gone is the notion of sipping champagne to solely mark a milestone or a special occasion, Champagne Room offers guests an insight into a twenty-first century bourgeoisie and gives every guest permission to drink champagne at any time of day.

Open every evening from 5pm til late and 11am on Saturdays and Sundays, Champagne Room welcomes passionate champagne lovers and promises variety for those simply looking for the ideal spot for drinks with friends.

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