The week in pictures

During the lunch, Andrew Hawes, MD of Bollinger’s UK agent, Mentzendoff, told db that the company was “pressing pause” on the release of magnums and Jeroboams of the fizz due to unprecedented demand for the bottles and a desire to release the larger formats at the right moment.

The lavish, languorous lunch ended in style with a hunk of 36 month aged Bernard Antony Comté with dried apricot and macadamia nuts. which paired magnificently with the nutty notes in the Champagne.

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