Rosé Rising

Rebecca Varidel
29th Oct 2018

Counting down the days for a new month, as it always brings exciting new events. For November, we're keen to be in the pink at Barangaroo where all three levels of Barangaroo House will feature a month-long partnership with world renowned Champagne Houses Moët & Chandon, Ruinart, Veuve Clicquot and Dom Pérignon for a festival like no other.

Yes way, rosé. To celebrate the arrival of warmer days and longer nights, Barangaroo House today announced Rosé Rising, with 30 Days of Sparkling Rosé, Rosé Champagne, Sparkling and Still Wine offers.

House Bar, Bea Restaurant and Smoke will feature bright and vibrant artworks curated by Australian artist and model Amy Finlayson (The Fin Collection), staff will don a new Rosé inspired beauty look curated by well-known Aussie make-up artist Max May, and DJ Alice Q will curate a new line-up of talent each Sunday.

Barangaroo House will also celebrate all things pink with a bespoke menu of deliciously curated dishes relative to each level and carefully created by head chef Cory Campbell, perfectly paired with Rosé.

“It’s been an awesome process to give an impressive establishment like Barangaroo House a ‘pink over’, transforming the look and feel of all three levels and to bring the excitement of a month-long rosé festival to life. It’s Barangaroo House, but not as you know it.” said Amy Finlayson.

The pink wash, full-venue takeover will be the first of its kind since Barangaroo House opened its doors in late 2017 with luxury rosé experiences at your fingertips.

Bea Restaurant, in partnership with Ruinart, will feature:
o The Ruinart Rosé & Oyster pop-up bar
o A new Rosé wine list
o $55 Bea pairings of Marron, bush tomato and pink pepper corns paired with Ruinart Rosé
o Live music every Friday

Smoke Bar, in partnership with Veuve Clicquot, will feature:
o A new Rosé wine and cocktail list
o Pink Rosé Sangria
o Exclusive Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2005 by-the-glass offering
o Rosé flight tasting for Ruinart, Veuve Clicquot and Dom Pérignon
o Bubbles and beats presented by DJ Alice Q and friends every Sunday
o Bottomless Rosé Lunch featuring Veuve Clicquot every Saturday and Sunday from 1
– 3pm

House Bar, in partnership with Moët & Chandon, will feature:
o Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial Mini Vending Machine
o Pink Moët Goblets service with Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial bottle purchase
o Pink charcuterie boards paired perfectly with Cape Mentelle Rosé
o Pink Frosé
o A new Rosé wine list
o Live music and DJs every Thursday to Sunday

Dave Mills, General Manager at Barangaroo House, says “We’re beyond excited to bring a new kind of experience to Barangaroo House and to all of our guests this November. To profile some amazing luxury Champagne brands like Ruinart and Veuve Clicquot Rosé under the one roof and make them accessible to everyone and to work with three creative Aussies to transform the venue from head to toe.”

The venue will be an all-encompassing toast what is undoubtedly the drink of 2018, from hot pink graffiti art to bright neon lights and now Sydney’s smallest disco, with the lift being transformed into a light up dancefloor.

To close out the week, each Sunday, Smoke Bar will also light up with Bubbles & Beats, a bottomless all-day rosé event set to a DJ curated soundtrack from DJ Alice Q and friends.

For more information on Barangaroo House visit (even the website is pink!)