International Women’s Day Centenary Champagne Celebrations
On March 7th Women In Business Industry & Investment NSW and Commonwealth Bank’s Women In Focus program joined forces to host a special charity lunch celebration “Food For Thought” to recognise women contributing to the Australian Food Industry, and be inspired by the achievements of key note speakers Maggie Beer and Ronnie Kahn.
Independent effervescent expert and International Women’s Day event supporter Champagne Jayne took guests on a celebratory sensory journey behind the bubbles to taste and hear the stories of the First Ladies Of Fizz – showcasing cuvees ranging from Australia’s own Sarah Fagan and Natalie Fryar (note: #notachampagnewine ) to Queen of Champagne Madame Louise Pommery. Full proceeds of this invitation only lunch were donated to UN Women and guests attending also had the chance to win bottles of champagne! More
NEW EPISODE: International Women’s Day Pop Up Champagne Jayne Classes at VIVO
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of International Womens Day – Champagne Jayne TV took champagne celebrations to the streets of Sydney, with a series of Pop Up Champagne Classes at Vivo in the heart of George St, hosted by Councillor Angela Vithoulkas. Delicious “Rosie The Riveter” matching mini-cupcakes were supplied by Ghermez Cupcakes – YUM!
Champagnes On Show For International Women’s Day 2011
Growers: Pierre Gimonnet, Paul Bara, Philippe Gonet
First Women Of Champagne: Duval Leroy, Pommery
First Ladies of Aus Fizz: Rococo, Jansz (note: #notachampagnewine)