Champagne & Sparkling Wine Masterclass with P&V for Paris Fashion Week

Champagne & Sparkling Wine Masterclass with P&V for Paris Fashion Week

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Sorry Thanks I Love You

Level 1, Westfield Sydney

Sydney, NSW 2000


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Champagne tasting with a side of fashion.

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Join us at the close of Paris Fashion Week for a special masterclass in champagne and other rare sparkling wines all hailing from regions with intriguing fashion contexts and connections.

Whether it's a crémant from the birthplace of Louis Vuitton or a rare grower champagne, all five wines on offer are premium and, in some instances, so tricky to source that they're almost endangered.

With her signature joie de vivre, P&V's resident Francophile and French wine expert Isabelle Webster (ex Acme and L&Ps) will talk through five gloriously premium sparkling wines, while touching on hot topics in both fashion and specialist wine production: seasonality, sustainability, and the allure of the limited drop.

Held over the course of 90 minutes with light snacks provided, this masterclass will be held at Sorry Thanks I Love You's mini atrium, amongst new season collections from the likes of Comme Des Garçons, Marni, MM6 Maison Margiela and Issey Miyake.

Due to the rare nature of the wines on offer tickets are very limited.

About P&V Wine + Liquor

P&V Wine + Liquor Merchants is a purveyor of Australian and imported natural wines, a supporter of local and craft beers, and a dealer in Australian and unique, artisan spirits created by wine judge and high profile wine writer Mike Bennie, Lou Dowling and some of the team from Mary’s, The Lansdowne and The Unicorn Hotel.

About Sorry Thanks I Love You

Sorry Thanks I Love You is a retail, event and exhibition company that mashes up high-end fashion and accessories with handmade design, gourmet food and boutique beverages in an immersive 300 space at Westfield Sydney that has been described “a big, boujee playground for adults” (Concrete Playground), “unlike anything else in Sydney” and, quite simply, “extraordinary.” (Broadsheet Sydney).

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