#OurStory – EP04: Champagne Bar

From Aspen/Snowmass:

In a six-part video series, Our Story chronicles the people and places that make Aspen/Snowmass unique. Today’s story is about The Oasis, a pop-up champagne bar on Aspen Mountain, giving a glimpse in to the finer side of life at Aspen/Snowmass.

Aspen Mountain is home to the world’s highest champagne bar, The Oasis. This mobile champagne bar is transported by snowcats and relocated to a new slope every weekend in the springtime and operated by The Little Nell – Aspen’s only five-star, five-diamond and ski-in, ski-out hotel – located at the base of the mountain. The bar serves up glasses and bottles of Veuve Clicquot, as well as caviar and potato chips and features umbrellas, lounge chairs, a solar-powered sound system, flags and other eye-catching features that make The Oasis stand out as a truly unexpected and luxurious on-mountain experience. Guests can find The Oasis based on tweets and Facebook hints sent out by The Little Nell hotel prior to the opening of the bar each week. Follow @TheLittleNell on Twitter and become a Facebook fan at www.facebook/TheLittleNellAspen to keep updated on the bar’s whereabouts.

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