Wolgan Valley and Krug Champagne join forces to create the most luxurious picnic in the world

You can leave the pastic cutlery at home.

By Natasha Lee 16/07/2018

It already boasts a reputation as one of the best resorts in the world.

Now, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley has teamed up with another prestigious brand to offer guests a once in a lifetime luxury experience.

Wolgan Valley has joined forces with champagne house, Krug, for a picnic like never before.

The unparalleled wilderness escape pairs the finest local produce with Krug champagne, all served in the spectacular surroundings of the Greater Blue Mountains.

Guests will be whisked to a secluded location where they will enjoy a complete food and champagne immersion within nature in a private, picturesque location.

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley’s Executive Chef, Nancy Kinchela, has worked with Krug Maison to develop a bespoke gourmet picnic that includes a selection of local produce and seasonal menu items, regularly updated, and hand-selected to perfectly complement the iconic Krug Grande Cuvée 166ème Édition.

The Krug picnic is available to resort guests for $895 per couple.

For more information visit www.oneandonlyresorts.com


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