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Champagne tasting supports traditional crafts

QEST, the charitable arm of The Royal Warrant Holders Association, is holding a tasting of 25 prestige cuvée and vintage Champagnes in London next month to raise funds for young people to train and work in diverse traditional crafts from saddle making to stained glass window preservation.

Champagnes on show will include Louis Roederer Cristal 2004, Krug Grande Cuvée, Pol Roger, Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill 1999, Veuve Cliquot La Grande Dame 1998, Bollinger La Grande Année, 2002, Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2002, Mumm Rosé, Laurent-Perrier 2002 and Lanson Rosé Label Brut.

The tasting will be held on 10 May at at Fishmongers Hall, London Bridge, EC4R 9EL and guests will be able to try the Champagnes from 11.30am-2.30pm or 5.30pm-7.30pm.   

Tickets cost £85 each including tasting, a flute of non-vintage champagne before departure and entry to a free draw.

To book tickets click here or telephone Claire Anderson +44 (0)20 7798 1531 or email

Patrick Schmitt, 07.04.2011

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