Laurent Perrier celebrates 50 sparkling years of its Cuveé Rosé

Words by
Imogen Cook

25th April 2018

Celebrating 50 years of its Cuveé Rosé, Laurent Perrier hosted a birthday soirée in at the Mondrian hotel, fittingly toasting the occasion with the pink fizz

Laurent Perrier’s Cuveé Rosé defied the winemaking conventions of its time when it was created in 1968. Fast forward 50 years, and it is one of the brands' most loved champagnes.

To mark the half a century milestone of the rosé champagne, Laurent Perrier threw a sophisticated soirée in The Mondrian’s Rumpus Room. Prettily dressed in pink and set against the spectacular view of the London skyline, the rooftop bar was a suitably impressive backdrop for the party.

Celebrating the deep-pink hue of the champagne, floral arrangements and floating balloons lined the room in every shade of pink and throughout the evening guests were treated to pastel pink slices of birthday cake and iridescent rose doughnuts, while savoury canapés included delicate smoked salmon and caviar cones and Other Side Fried chicken brioche bites – an unconventional but nonetheless delicious accompaniment to the champagne.

A live mural was painted throughout the evening and both live music and a DJ set by Jack Guinness added to the ambience of the birthday celebrations. Here's to the next 50 years!