Woodford Reserve at Paspaley Polo in the City

Bourbon brand Woodford Reserve entertained a bevy of Sydney's social set at its exclusive marquee at the Paspaley Polo in the City in Centennial Park on Saturday.

Bourbon brand, Woodford Reserve entertained a bevy of Sydney’s social set at its exclusive marquee at the Paspaley Polo in the City in Centennial Park on Saturday 19 November.

The Woodford Reserve marquee was a flurry of colour, fun and excitement and Sydney’s social set enjoyed the entertainment, music and fabulous food and drink

The first year it has been involved in the event, Woodford Reserve also hosted the official 12:45PM Divot Stomp on the day, with Sydney songstress Sally Singleton leading the way.

Guests in the marquee included Anthony Minichiello, Terry Biviano, Max Markson, Sally Singleton, some of the Sydney Swans players and Holly Brisley, who were joined by a collection of the Brown Forman family.

The picturesque marquee, was a welcome shade from the brilliant sunshine on the day, with AZB The Creative, decking the area with themed and comfortable décor and massive Woodford Reserve umbrellas.

Belinda Franks served up canapes, with crowds enjoying the spread of fresh prawns, arancini, pesto pasta boxes and Wagyu beef snacks.

Woodford Reserve guests were treated to a selection of specially crafted cocktails on the day, including The Rickhouse Punch and Divot Stomp, courtesy of flair bar tender Leeroy Peterson. Fruity, light and refreshing, the drinks flowed well into the evening, with guests from the neighbouring marquees keen to get a taste.

Woodford Reserve also hosted an exclusive marquee in Brisbane at Doomben Racecourse on Saturday 12 November and will be doing such in Adelaide this Saturday 26 November, next Saturday 3 December in Melbourne and then finishing up on Saturday 10 December in Perth.

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