Laurent-Perrier returns to Taste of London 2019

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Join Laurent-Perrier for an urban expedition and a glass of Cuvée Rosé to celebrate all the creativity, flavour and diversity East London has to offer. It wouldn’t be summer without Taste of London and it wouldn’t be Taste of London without Laurent-Perrier!

In addition to the Laurent-Perrier Clubhouse, we are delighted to announce the return of our champagne masterclasses with an exciting new twist. In addition to giving guests a taste of Laurent-Perrier’s sustainable ethos and innovative history, we will also be embracing the creativity and flavours of East London’s Street Food scene. Laurent-Perrier has partnered with Bob’s Lobster, Pizza Pilgrims, Hotbox, Santo Remedio and Yum Bun to also bring you unexpected, yet irresistible pairings with the iconic Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé.

Both the Laurent-Perrier Street Food Masterclass and Clubhouse will feature live cartoon artwork from London College of Art Student Sebastian Chaumeton. Guests will be able to relax in an environment both bright and colourful, urban and energising.

This year will also see Laurent-Perrier and their street food partners giving back as £1 from each masterclass ticket and £1 from every glass sold in the Clubhouse will be donated to The Passage, a charity based in Westminster working annually with over 3,000 people who are rough sleeping or living in insecure accommodation. The Passage provides a lifeline to those that have fallen on hard times, offering health, emotional support, employment and accommodation solutions enabling clients to permanently end their homelessness. Via their partnership with Hotel School in association with The Goring Hotel, the charity is helping people into employment in the hospitality sector.

Discover more at http://london.tastefestivals.com

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