G.H. Mumm is set to recreate history. The famous champagne brand is part of a very special project: to organize 7 gourmet dinners in the planet’s most exclusive spots! That’s worthy of our Food’n'Style section!
For now, only two dinners have been organized, and that, in some very surprising places: The Sermilik fjord in Greenland (July 8th 2008) and Charcot Bay, an Iceberg in the north of the Antarctic peninsula (October 27th 2008). The dinners are highly organized by most prized chiefs and highly celebrated with G.H. Mumm. The next special location will be announced by the end of the first half of 2009! (more after the jump)
I don’t usually cover this kind of events, but this expedition (called the Pangaea expedition, Mike Horn’s 4 years challenge) is meant to draw attention to the environment and our planet’s preservation. And if I can lend a helping hand to an honorable environmentalist cause, it’s my pleasure! I hope the next special places where the Pangaea expedition will land, are at least as impressive as this Antarctic episode (where they recreated Captain Charcot’s expedition, sponsored by G.H. Mumm a century back). What do you think of their initiative? Will it draw attention and sensitivity to our planet’s survival issues? Or it’s simply a quest filled with adrenaline and champagne? (via)