Dry January: Paris Society and French Bloom join forces to bring you the best in alcohol-free celebration
With its exceptional locations, refined gastronomy and unique atmospheres, Paris Society is one of the key players in the French dining scene. With one goal: to offer the very best in French hospitality. The Paris Society teams are made up of the best talents in their field and create festive concepts with ever stronger identities. For Dry January, the innovative restaurant and hotel group anticipates the desires of its guests by offering a new vision of celebration. Paris Society is partnering with French Bloom organic sparkling wines to continue to make every dining experience unforgettable. Le Blanc and Le Rosé are added to the group's champagne and wine list for the pleasure of refined palates. French Bloom will be the exclusive alcohol-free sparkling wine during the month.
French Bloom alcohol-free organic sparkling wines are blooming at the bar at Monsieur Bleu for Dry January
Inspired by the dandy atmosphere of the 1930s, Monsieur Bleu is one of Parisians' favorite hangouts. From dinners with friends to family lunches, this cosmopolitan restaurant is ideal for sharing, picnicking or celebrating the evening together in a unique setting. This must-see address in the capital offers a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower, not to mention its majestic golden bar that attracts all eyes. On the occasion of Dry January, it is at the bar of Monsieur Bleu that French Bloom settles to make discover its collection of sparkling wines without alcohol. The most curious will be able to taste the elegant cuvees of French Bloom Le Blanc and Le Rosé by the glass. For those who wish to extend the experience, sparkling wines will also be available by the bottle to reveal all the flavors of the dishes in the Palais de Tokyo restaurant.
Giraffe and La Suite Girafe: Paris Society's first followers of French Bloom alcohol-free sparkling wines for Dry January
By the bottle or by the glass, French Bloom alcohol-free sparkling wines are making their debut in the Paris Society group, starting with Girafe and La Suite Girafe. Nestled in the heights of Paris, these two confidential addresses are ideal for alcohol-free challenge enthusiasts who want to take care of their health without sacrificing moments of sharing. Like a Parisian seahouse, the hospitality group's two restaurants put iodine in the spotlight by offering contemporary marine cuisine. The French Bloom Le Blanc and Le Rosé wines create a tasty pairing with exceptional caviar and/or seafood dishes. Guests of these gourmet jewel cases now have a premium alcohol-free alternative to prestigious champagnes and wines to accompany their festive and intimate meals.