1818, Madame Clicquot, widow, puts white wine and red wine together for the first time and reinvents the champagne rosé. Two centuries later the house Veuve Clicquot pays tribute to its founder in a vibrating atmosphere at the Jardin d’Acclimation.

Between rollercoasters, riffle shootings and floral creation workshops, the 600 guests (re)discovered the champagne rosé until nightfall. Three keywords: creation, re-creation and recreation.

An atypical garden party twisting conventions, an elegant and off-the-wall mix of genres, a colorful party to celebrate this audacious anniversary!

Rockets, vertiginous falls, flying chairs and champagne