Le Jardin At The Winery Sydney By Perrier-Jouët
There is in Sydney a little place just on the city fringe called The Winery. It’s where everyone goes. Jessica Mauboy, Australia’s vocal sweetheart lives around the corner, the Paddington women in their activewear step out of their white Range Rover Evoques to sip wine and the Surry Hills locals use it as their local.
It’s what’s going on there at the moment, though that really has visitors excited. In collaboration with Perrier-Jouët champagne, The Winery has transformed its outdoor seating patio into a garden of gorgeous proportions. They’re calling it the Garden of Eden, complete with wrought iron outdoor seating, ornate tables and a fully equipped champagne bar, ready at a guest’s beckon call, they’re onto it. It’s a hideaway from the world this autumn as the weather begins to cool and locals fight tooth and nail to reclaim the afternoon sunshine.
Similarly, to celebrate some of the local artists and the great work they’re doing, Le Jardin will host artworks by Sydney art design duo, Lyn Balzar and Tony Perkins. They will reveal art pieces from their collection and a bespoke conceptual art sculpture commissioned for the space.
The piece draws its inspiration from the Japanese Anemone that has graced the famed Perrier- Joue?t Belle E?poque bottle since 1902 when Emile Galle?, one of the Art Nouveau movement’s most celebrated artists, designed the swirl of anemones wreathed in gold. It will be viewable on 14-15 May at The Winery.
Le Jardin at The Winery is open every Thursday & Friday from 5pm, and every Saturday & Sunday from 3pm from now until the end of May, with visitors being able to enjoy a flute of Perrier-Jouët champagne for $15, or a bottle for $89. They also have “DJ with PJ” happening every Friday from 5pm, with some of The Winery’s resident DJs entertaining visitors.
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