The Best Champagne House in the World*, Piper-Heidsieck has marked its third year as the Official Champagne of the Australian Open with an intimate dinner at The Commons at Ormond Collective on Thursday 4th February.
Uniting the avant-garde Champagne House with Melbournians and the popular CBD dining spot, the rendezvous will present award-winning champagne perfectly paired with local produce.
In a nod to the historic Grand Slam tournament and in celebration of Melbourne, a city strengthened by unity and resolute optimism after enduring some of the toughest lockdowns during the pandemic, the sit-down dinner brought friends together alongside the Australian Open 2021 trophies, which were on display only meters away from well-known guests including, Anthony Callea, Effie Kats, Nick & Rozalia Russian, Bonnie Anderson, Khanh Ong, and Tayla Damir.
During the tournament, Piper-Heidsieck will once again bring its French charm to the Happy Slam with the all-new Piper-Heidsieck Champagne Bar located at Rod Laver Arena Terrace, where tennis fans and champagne lovers alike will be able to sip Piper-Heidsieck’s Rosé Sauvage and award-winning Cuvée Brut.
Now open at The Commons is The Piper-Heidsieck Champagne Court, where tennis lovers who are unable to attend the Australian Open, can celebrate the summer of tennis at the Piper-Heidsieck People’s Court, an eye-catching red badminton square made for creating unforgettable moments with friends. Melburnians are invited to celebrate the Australian Open in the only way we know how – a glass of bubbles in one hand and a racquet in the other!
From Reims to Melbourne and Sydney, everyone will be able to have a pass to the Australian Open with unexpected experiences created both inside and outside the precinct for the very first time, uniting Australians together with Piper-Heidsieck.
*Piper-Heidsieck was voted Best Champagne House in the World by the BWW (Best Wine in the World) 2021
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