Saturday 11 Sep

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3:30 pm

Saturday 11 Sep

Un “SPRING” Culturel: The “Grandes Dames” of Champagne


Amanda Reboul



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The raw influential role of women through the ages 
Do you love an excuse for a glass of Champagne?
Have you ever thought about the history of the Champagne industry?
Would you consider that women had an influential role in it?
Join Champagne educator and connoisseur, Amanda Reboul, for a fascinating historical lesson on Champagne. Amanda will discuss the role some very strong and visionary women have played at key moments in history in the Champagne industry. The women of Champagne have come to the forefront when they were needed most; from the Veuve Clicquot in the 1800s, to Madame Bollinger in the 1900s, and, more recently, Carol Duval Leroy.
These women played an important, influential role not only in the production and business of Champagne, but also the way we drink and enjoy Champagne today.

An independent champagne ambassador, Amanda Reboul’s passion lies in illuminating the magic of champagne through education. Since returning to Australia after many years in France. Amanda has carved a niche in the world of champagne with bespoke events, masterclasses, lunches and dinners, and speaking about champagne in both the corporate and consumer worlds. In 2014, Amanda was a finalist in the professional division of the prestigious Vin De Champagne Awards. In 2016 she created Effervescence, Australia’s first festival entirely dedicated to champagne.

She has since gone on to study her Champagne Masters certificate and WSET Level 3 certificate and Wine and Spirits. She loves nothing more than popping a cork and sharing her passion for champagne.

Class Details: 

  • Date – Saturday 11th September
  • Time – 3:30pm
  • Duration – 60 Minutes
  • Location – Queensland Multicultural Centre, 102 Main St, Kangaroo Point
  • Tickets – FREE
  • Presented By – Amanda Reboul
  • Audience Capacity – 100

Conference Includes:

  • 60-minute presentation
  • Coffee, tea, Evian water, and Orangina, as well as croissants and pains au chocolat, will be available on the day.


  • Masks required

Schedule subject to change.
Attendees will be required to follow our COVID-19 safe venue procedures.

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