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This summer, GREY GOOSE® is giving the humble picnic a makeover to mark the launch of GREY GOOSE® Essences x Annie's Ibiza 'Season of Spritz' Picnic Series.
It all kicked off last week with a spectacular launch event of cocktails, DJ sets, and the likes of Jaime Winstone, Lady Mary Charteris, and Daisy Lowe on a star-studded guestlist. The quintessentially British affair with its French vodka twist proved one more thing: if anyone knows how to put together a mindblowing grazing table, it’s Grey Goose.
This limited takeover at the historical Fulham Palace means you can say goodbye to fighting for a spot in the sunny park, and enjoy the great outdoors at one of the nation's best and most hidden botanical treasures.
Working with the hottest designer from the White Isle, Annie's Ibiza has created an exclusive picnic bag that will launch as a limited drop at the GREY GOOSE® Essences 'Summer of Spritz' Picnic series. The exclusive item is inspired directly by the natural and vibrant flavours of GREY GOOSE® Essences.
Typically retailed at £100, attendees will be one of the first to get their hands on a bespoke and limited edition bag with their tickets for the experience.
Each ticket includes:
- x4 GREY GOOSE® Essences cocktails featuring the full range including Strawberry & Lemongrass, Watermelon & Basil and White Peach & Rosemary. Non-alcoholic options also available
- Grape and Fig grazing platters with the finest British cheese and charcuterie such as truffle cheddar, freshly baked bread, black olive salami, sourdough crackers, honeycomb bites, sweet onion chutney and more
- Lawn garden games include unique wooden skittles with guests given exclusive access to the open grounds to explore the city's hidden garden gem
- A limited-edition GREY GOOSE® ESSENCES x Annie's Ibiza's picnic bag
Tickets are available across Saturday 10th and Sunday 31st July, each day with three timeslots of 12:30 – 14:30, 15:00 – 17:00, and 17:30 – 19:30. Tickets are sold on a per table basis, and pricing is at £65 per head – that’s £260 for a table of 4 and £390 for a table of 6.
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