Moët’s famous Rosé Truck is coming to Glasgow next month where punters can sample some of the fancy bubbly.

The truck will start at The Corinthian Club on 1st March and in place throughout the month until Mother’s Day on the 31st, before moving to magnificent Blythswood Square Hotel in time for Easter.

When perfectly paired with The Corinthian’s Moët Rosé Afternoon Tea, served daily 12pm – 4pm within the grandeur of The Brasserie, the palate is an intoxicating indulgence.

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The experience also features specially curated culinary occasions including ‘the art of origami.’

The Moët Rosé Truck tour concludes in spectacular style at Blythswood Square Hotel for Easter, timed for the launch of the new restaurant and new summer menu, within in the Glasgow city centre landmark with.

Founded in 1743, Moët & Chandon is the House that introduced champagne to the world by ‘offering a range of unique wines for every occasion’. A bottle of its champagne opened every second around the globe.

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