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Published on : Thursday, July 13, 2017
Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel will be hosting all summer an exclusive pop-up bar in partnership with Dom Pérignon where Hotel guests and locals alike will be able to indulge into the most glamorous aperitif. Located in the Hotel’s garden, the Dom Pérignon pop up bar will offer the choice of two Dom Pérignon vintages from 2006 and 2000, paired with a choice of accompaniment created by Chef Yoric Tièche, in an intimate and sophisticated atmosphere.
Located among the bougainvilleas, rosebays and hibiscus, the Dom Pérignon Pop Up Bar offers an ideal setting to enjoy a pre-dinner drink after a relaxing day sunbathing at the Hotel’s iconic Club Dauphin. The décor is themed after Dom Pérignon’s elegant black and gold colours in a chic and cosy spirit. Benches and chairs with comfortable cushions are set up in a lounge-styled atmosphere around a fountain while tables are lit by candles creating an utmost romantic feel. There, guests can sip on Champagne and taste a selection of food pairings from Executive Chef Yoric Tièche while enjoying live music entertainment.
Perfectly located in the secluded peninsula of Cap-Ferrat, the Dom Pérignon Pop Up Bar at the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat is the ultimate summer destination to enjoy some of Dom Pérignon’s most exclusive vintages: from 2006 and the Dom Pérignon P2 from 2000, both reflecting the exceptional savoir-faire of the brand.
The uniqueness of Dom Pérignon vintages lies in the way they evolve – not steadily in a linear way but through successive windows of expression. These privileged points in time are called “Plénitudes.” Each vintage is created from the finest grapes grown in one single year. It requires at least eight years of elaboration in the cellars to achieve the perfect balance of Dom Pérignon. This is the secret of creation behind the “P1,” the “Plénitude of harmony” while the “P2,” the Second Plénitude of Dom Pérignon, is the result of 16 years of elaboration, making the spicy singularity of Dom Pérignon resound higher and clearer than ever.