Delevingne sisters partner with Francesco Mazzei for new Sartoria brunch

David Ellis
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Cara, Poppy and Chloe Delevingne have partnered with Savile Row Italian Sartoria for a new brunch, which launches this weekend.

The sisters, the latest celebrities to launch their own booze brand, are promoting their pricey but broadly well-received Della Vite prosecco with the not-so-imaginatively named Della Vite Italian brunch. The first will take place this Saturday October 10 and will run weekly thereafter, from 11.30am – 4pm.

Alongside the fizz, going for £12 a glass or £65 a bottle – which might seem steep when a bottle of Moët & Chandon at Sartoria costs £69 – will be a range of Mazzei's first-rate Italian fare, including a crab omelette garnished with chilli and lemon, and a risotto rice parcel with balsamic mushroom, topped with a poached egg and dubbed The Milano. There will also be a riff on a full English, The Italian Job.

Besides brunch, the partnership between the siblings and Sartoria will extend to the bar, where a Della Vita cicchetti menu will be available daily.

Speaking of the venture, Poppy Delevingne told the Standard: “We are so excited for Della Vite to be partnering with Sartoria.

"Francesco Mazzei encapsulates the flavour and quality of Italian heritage with his food that pairs so perfectly with our [prosecco].”

Mazzei said of the partnership: “It’s the shared love of authentic Italian food, drink and culture that make this partnership so special. It’s all about getting together with friends and family, in true Italian style, to enjoy fantastic flavours, perfectly complemented by a glass of Della Vite. Salute!”

The sisters' wine, which is vegan, is the first venture shared between all three of them, and is said to be inspired by get-togethers with family and friends. The Delevingnes offer two expressions, a Della Vite Prosecco Superiore (DOCG) and the slightly cheaper Della Vite Prosecco Treviso (DOC). It is the DOCG served at Sartoria.

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