Rosé On The Roof: London’s New Alpine-inspired Rooftop Bar

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London’s newest luxury rooftop terrace has launched in collaboration with champagne brand Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé.

Open from now until January 5 2020, Rosé On The Roof is the ultimate wintry retreat, complete with stunning skyline views across the city.

In celebration of the launch, the entire Sea Containers London building will light up pink, so guests can follow the light over Blackfriars Bridge and up to the 12th Knot, where the cosiness awaits.

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Guests can sip on fizz and cocktails under a canopy of twinkling lights, with fluffy blankets and heaters to keep warm.

There’s Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé, La Cuvée and Blanc de Blancs Brut Nature champagne, by the glass, bottle and magnum.

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Even better, there’s an inventive Laurent-Perrier champagne-based cocktail menu, including the ‘Cold Toddy’ (Audemus Covert, yellow chartreuse, malted whey, Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée and spices), the ‘Underwood’ (Patron Olmeca, Graham’s White Port, shiitake, Crème de Mure and Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé) and the ‘Arctic Spice’ (Jack Daniels 7 & Honey, coffee, Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée).

The Terrace at 12th Knot is open from 5 pm, Tuesday to Friday and from noon on Saturday. It’s best to book ahead if you want to get a table outside.

Rosé on the Roof – Where & How?

Rosé on the Roof is at 12th Knot, Sea Containers, 20 Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1 9PD. For bookings or to find out more, visit seacontainerslondon.com or call 020 3747 1063.

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