GREY GOOSE® CELEBRATES THOSE WHO ACHIEVE THE EXTRAORDINARY WITHIN THE FILM INDUSTRY AT THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY, ENTERTAINMENT FILM DISTRIBUTORS, STUDIOCANAL 2016 BAFTA AFTER PARTY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BVLGARI, GREY GOOSE & NETJETS AT ROSEWOOD LONDON
Last night GREY GOOSE®, The World’s Best Tasting Vodka, celebrated those who shared a passion to achieve the extraordinary within the film industry. In partnership with GREY GOOSE, The Weinstein Company, hosted a BAFTA after party at Rosewood London.
A glittering guest list including Idris Elba, Cuba Gooding Jr, Gwendoline Christie, Rebel Wilson, Stephen Fry, Sam Claflin, Matt Smith, Bryan Cranston, Laura Haddock, Jack Whitehall, Emilia Clarke and Dermot O'Leary celebrated the achievements of those rare individuals who truly fly beyond and enjoyed specially created GREY GOOSE Film Awards Season cocktails: GREY GOOSE L’Amour, inspired by ‘Love Conquers All’, GREY GOOSE Femme Confidante, inspired by ‘Female Empowerment’, GREY GOOSE Le Rêve, inspired by ‘Escape’, GREY GOOSE Bitter Revenge, inspired by ‘Revenge’, GREY GOOSE Martini Cocktail, inspired by ‘The Big Idea’, in addition to the sparkling film awards season favourite, the celebratory GREY GOOSE Le Fizz and GREY GOOSE VX Martini Exceptionnelle Cocktail.
To accompany the GREY GOOSE cocktails, a selection of delicious canapés including steak tartare, buttermilk chicken skewers with peanut satay, miniature beef burgers, duck spring rolls with blood orange spring rolls and miniature fish and chips were served.
GREY GOOSE’s partnership celebrates the world’s finest in film and the achievements of today’s tastemakers who are truly flying beyond. The film industry strives to fly beyond like GREY GOOSE’s creator François Thibault, who succeeded against all the odds to create a vodka of exceptional quality and taste in the Cognac region, renowned for its production of dark spirits. Both the film industry and GREY GOOSE share the same daring spirit and passionate pursuit of the extraordinary, after all “if you can imagine it, it can be done.” (François Thibault).