A collaboration in partnership with The Rees Hotel, Queenstown, Breast Cancer Cure and Dame Trelise Cooper.
Friday 28th May 2021 at The Rees Hotel Lobby - 5pm to 7pm
5:00pm Guests arrive, champagne and canapes on arrival.
5:15pm The Rees Hotel Welcome, Breast Cancer Cure and Trelise Cooper Introductions
5:20pm Fireside Chat with Trelise
5:45pm Trelise Cooper Winter Collection Show
6:30pm Enjoy live entertainment in The Rees Lobby by local musicians the 'Whiskey Pilots', Kate Blomfield & Tony Marshall.
7.30pm & 8pm - Dame Trelise Cooper Inspired 2 Course Dinner Menu at The True South Dining Room by award-winning Chef, Corey Hume - $65 per person, bookings essential due to limited availability.
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Special Dame Trelise Cooper Inspired 2 x Course Dinner in our True South Dining Room - $65.00 per person on the evening of Friday 28th May, 2021.
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Thank you to our sponsors below for assisting with making this event a reality.
Billecart-Salmon Champagne by Dhall and Nash
“Give priority to quality, strive for excellence.” This has been the motto passed down from generation to generation of the Billecart family.
Two hundred years since its foundation, Billecart-Salmon champagnes continue to achieve high international acclaim and are enjoyed in homes and top restaurants around the globe. It is a wonderful success story of a hard-working family who have continued to follow the dream and high standards set by their ancestors Nicolas François Billecart and Elisabeth Salmon who founded the Champagne House in 1818. The couple were given a parcel of land, close to the charming village of Mareuil-sur-Ay in the heart of Champagne, as a wedding gift by the Salmon family. They decided to focus on producing top end sparkling champagnes. Although red and white wines had been produced in Champagne for many centuries, the art of creating quality sparkling wines by a controlled and consistent method was still in its infancy. Billecart-Salmon are therefore considered amongst the group of pioneers who helped establish the modern, hugely successful champagne industry as we see it today.
The House is now run by the seventh generation of the family, brothers François Roland Billecart and Antoine Roland Billecart. Their father Jean Roland Billecart, now 90 and with the experience of over 70 vintages under his belt, is still involved with the company. All twenty-seven of the 3-Star Michelin Restaurants in France serve Billecart-Salmon Champagne.
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