Celebrating National Champagne Week at Blenheim Palace


Blenheim Palace  – The annual celebration of Champagne is set to take over the country from 1st-7th October, and will be bigger than ever before, with 19 venues hosting more than 20 events across the country, each paired with a different Champagne house.

In partnership with the Laurent-Perrier Champagne House, Blenheim Palace will be celebrating National Champagne Week in style with a delectable Cuveé Rosé Afternoon Tea, available daily from 1st-11th October in our Indian Room and Champagne Bar, as well as a special opportunity to enjoy a Champagne Afternoon Tea in the Orangery.

The special Champagne Afternoon Tea menu consists of red velvet cupcake, passion fruit drizzle cake, strawberry and Champagne jelly, raspberry éclair and cranberry & white chocolate scones, followed by a delicious selection of sandwiches, including Cajun salmon and chive, free range egg mayonnaise, pastrami and gherkin, cream cheese and cucumber smoked salmon blinis. All this is served with a glass of ice cold Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé.

Book now by calling our reservations line on 01993 810518 or using the buttons on the right-hand side of the page. If you are a first-time visitor to Blenheim Palace, your booking will include entry to the Palace, Park and Gardens.

Dear Reader, please follow this link to obtain further information..

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