Last night, Laurent-Perrier celebrated the 50th birthday of its iconic Cuvée Rosé champagne at the Mondrian hotel’s glamorous Rumpus Room. The party saw over 250 guests celebrate into the early hours of the morning, including attendance from Jack Guinness and Talia Storm. I’ve attached some images and shots also went out on the wire by Richard Young.
London’s most dapper gent, Jack Guinness hit the decks playing 70’s soul, whilst guests enjoyed Laurent-Perrier’s Cuveé Rosé champagne, paired fried chicken and donuts. British singer, Tallia Storm, fresh out of Celebs Go Dating attended with her a sister, following Brooklyn Beckham heartbreak.
Tallia and Jack both tried their hands at champagne sabering, flying Cuveé Rosé champagne across the terrace and almost over other guests. Also in attendance was Laurent-Perrier’s Managing Director David Hesketh, social media duo Lily Worcester and Natalie Salmon, and bloggers Peony Lim and Millie Cotton.
CHAMPAGNE LAURENT-PERRIER, BACKGROUND
Originally founded in 1812, the House of Champagne Laurent-Perrier is recognised as one of the foremost brands in Champagne.
This success is the outcome of a deliberate policy to honour traditional values: a respect for nature and wines, a passion for quality, and strong, lasting relationships among the people who drive the company – both inside and outside of the House.
Laurent-Perrier’s success must also be attributed to the energy of the de Nonancourt family, headed by Bernard de Nonancourt. Working in a very demanding business environment, Bernard successfully avoided many pitfalls and managed to preserve the independence of his champagne house and its related values. These same principles guide the current management team headed by his two daughters, Stéphanie Meneux de Nonancourt and Alexandra Pereyre de Nonancourt.