To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Ruinart Rosé, The Goring Hotel is offering the chance to step back in time to 1764, when Ruinart created the first rosé champagne.

The enchanting gardens of The Goring hotel are hosting the Ruinart Rosé 1764 Salon for three weeks, so guests can enjoy the champagne while learning about its history and heritage.

Inspired by 18th century décor, the Ruinart Rosé Salon will house an antique apothecary, offering vials of scents for guests to smell and discover. Guests can also become the subject of their own work of art with the in-bar artist, who will draw 18th century style portraits for guests to take away with them.

Jeremy Goring chief executive officer of The Goring hotel says: ‘We’re delighted to be part
of Ruinart Rosé’s 250th anniversary and we hope that guests enjoy our beautiful garden
surroundings whilst sipping on a glass of this magnificent, 18th century champagne.

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