World Golf Awards has re-signed premium champagne brand Laurent-Perrier as a Platinum Partner for its Gala Ceremony 2015. This is the second year in succession the World Golf Awards has partnered with the brand. The Gala Ceremony will take place at the Conrad Algarve 2015, Portugal, from November 5th-8th.
Providing a flourish of exquisite quality for attendees of the event, Laurent-Perrier will provide refreshment during the presentation of the awards on Saturday, November 7th.
Having established privileged working relationships with the grape growers and cleverly combined innovation and tradition following its foundation in 1812, the brand had grown to reach international acclaim.
Known for its distinctive style of freshness, lightness and elegance, Laurent-Perrier has developed a unique range of champagnes which are today exported to more than 150 countries worldwide.
Announcing the prestigious partnership, World Golf Awards Managing Director Chris Frost said: “It is with tremendous pleasure I welcome Laurent-Perrier as a Platinum Partner for the inaugural World Golf Awards Gala Ceremony.
“The synergies between rapidly expanding World Golf Awards and Laurent-Perrier are obvious; matching our tireless pursuit of excellence within an established world leader in its field.”
Laurent-Perrier Regional Export Director, Walter Cramer, added: “We are really pleased to be associated to such a prestigious event.
“The House has a long tradition of golf practice, with the creation of Les Bulles Laurent-Perrier International Tournament.
“There are many common values between these two worlds: the love and respect of nature and open space, passion, and an epicurean vision of life - such as the pleasure given by tasting a glass of Laurent-Perrier champagne, a true 'vin de plaisir'.”
World Golf Awards will see presentations made across a range of categories during a red carpet event, with leading golf tourism destinations competing for titles including Best Golf Resort, Best Golf Course, Best Golf Tour Operator, and Best New Golf Course.