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Veuve Clicquot Brings a Taste of French Tradition to Hong Kong

Veuve Clicquot is bringing the tradition of French aperitif to Hong Kong from August to October.

The premium champagne brand has joining with some of the region’s top restaurants for ‘Yellow Hour’, a campaign pairing its Yellow Label with cuisine evoking this year’s theme of ‘French Bread’ or ‘Du Pain’.

Participating restaurants will match bruschetta, pizza and other bread dishes, such as Short Rib Katsu Sando (Sandwich) or Mango Hamachi Sushi Brioche, with a glass of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label to showcase the rich flavours of the predominantly pinot noir and reserve wine champagne.

See below for the full list of partnering venues:

208 Duecento Otto
Agua TST
Armani Prive
Bib n Hops
Cassio
DiVino Central
DiVino Patio
FoFo by el Willy
Jamie’s Italian (Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui)
Komune Above
La Rambla
Liberty Exchange
Red Sugar
The Lounge & Bar (Ritz Carlton)

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