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Enjoy a Glass of Bubbly at Blenheim

Churchill’s favorite: Pol Roger Champagne is now being served at the new Water Terrace Cafe at Blenheim Palace. 

THE OXFORD TIMES, 29 March 2012—Visitors to Blenheim Palace will be able to sip Sir Winston Churchill’s favourite champagne while they relax in a newly-opened bar.

The champagne bar, in the Water Terrace Café, is part of a multi-million pound revamp of catering facilities at the Woodstock stately home.

It opened this month and is offering Churchill’s favourite champagne, Pol Roger, as well as the palace’s own brand.

A bottle of Pol Roger Cuvée Winston Churchill 1999 will set you back £140, while a bottle of Blenheim Palace Champagne costs £65.

The bar is being run by the palace’s new caters, Searcys.

Palace chief executive John Hoy said: “We think the champagne bar adds a little bit of interest and a touch of class for people who want to visit Blenheim Palace and have a great experience.”

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