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Perrier-Jouët

Perrier Jouet Grand Brut Non-Vintage Champagne

One of France's most historic and distinctive champagne houses, Perrier Jouët has the essence of passion in every drop. Creating exceptional experiences that enhance everyday life, Perrier Jouët is influenced by the founders' love of nature and art.

Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs

Perrier-Jouët's origin story dates back to 1810, when the cork supplier Pierre Nicolas Perrier married Rose Adélaide Jouët and began producing champagne under the name Perrier-Jouët the following year. Adèle focused on vineyards and winemaking while Pierre Nicolas focused on sales and marketing. Shipments to Great Britain began in 1815, followed by the United States in 1837. After Charles Perrier, Henri Gallice and his younger brother Octave became Perrier-Jouët directors. Octave, an art lover, met Emile Gallé in Paris and requested a design for Maison Perrier-Jouët, which became the iconic emblem of the brand. One of the world's oldest champagnes, a Perrier-Jouët vintage 1825, was opened and tasted in 2009. Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1957 to 1963, favoured vintage Perrier-Jouët. This passion has been passed down through the generations, shaping the House's philosophy of creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature. Maison Perrier-Jouët's affinity with the Art Nouveau movement is expressed through the emblematic anemone motif illustrated by Emile Gallé in 1902. Today, the House continues to reinvent luxury by collaborating with artists to create an extravagant universe. Along with their unique legacy, such as the creation of their first brut champagne in 1842 and the iconic floral Cuvée named Belle Epoque Cuvée, Perrier-Jouët also made history with the appointment of the first woman to hold the position of cellar master in 2020. Perrier-Jouët produces a wide range of vintage and non-vintage cuvée, with an annual production of approximately 3,000,000 bottles. The pride of the brand is its prestige label, Belle Epoque. With 266 acres of vineyards situated in the heart of Champagne, Perrier-Jouët maintains control over the quality and consistency of its champagne production. More than half of its vineyards are located in the Grand Crus of Cramant and Avize, allowing Perrier-Jouët to create exceptional champagne that is unparalleled in quality and taste. Today, as a member of the Pernod Ricard group of brands, Perrier-Jouët's legacy of exceptional champagne-making continues to thrive and evolve. Through their dedication to quality and innovation, Perrier-Jouët remains one of the most respected and iconic champagne brands in the world. Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs is a champagne that exudes elegance, finesse and a sense of exclusivity. Crafted with utmost precision and care, this exquisite champagne was originally created from the 1993 harvest and released to commemorate the arrival of the new millennium. This momentous occasion marked a significant milestone for Perrier-Jouët, making the launch of Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs all the more special. Perrier-Jouët, staying true to the exceptional standards set by its founders, only declares a vintage in years of near perfect conditions. This meticulous approach ensures that each vintage cuvée is a rare gem, embodying the unique characteristics of the particular year it was produced. Among these vintages, Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs stands out as the rarest of them all, a true testament to its exceptional quality and rarity. With its delicate aromas of white flowers, Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs 2012 is the quintessential expression of Chardonnay. This precise and subtle champagne is remarkable for its elegance and silken texture on the palate.

Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blanc Non-Vintage + 2 Glasses Set

Perrier-Jouët's origin story dates back to 1810, when the cork supplier Pierre Nicolas Perrier married Rose Adélaide Jouët and began producing champagne under the name Perrier-Jouët the following year. Adèle focused on vineyards and winemaking while Pierre Nicolas focused on sales and marketing. Shipments to Great Britain began in 1815, followed by the United States in 1837. After Charles Perrier, Henri Gallice and his younger brother Octave became Perrier-Jouët directors. Octave, an art lover, met Emile Gallé in Paris and requested a design for Maison Perrier-Jouët, which became the iconic emblem of the brand. One of the world's oldest champagnes, a Perrier-Jouët vintage 1825, was opened and tasted in 2009. Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1957 to 1963, favoured vintage Perrier-Jouët. This passion has been passed down through the generations, shaping the House's philosophy of creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature. Maison Perrier-Jouët's affinity with the Art Nouveau movement is expressed through the emblematic anemone motif illustrated by Emile Gallé in 1902. Today, the House continues to reinvent luxury by collaborating with artists to create an extravagant universe. Along with their unique legacy, such as the creation of their first brut champagne in 1842 and the iconic floral Cuvée named Belle Epoque Cuvée, Perrier-Jouët also made history with the appointment of the first woman to hold the position of cellar master in 2020. Perrier-Jouët produces a wide range of vintage and non-vintage cuvée, with an annual production of approximately 3,000,000 bottles. The pride of the brand is its prestige label, Belle Epoque. With 266 acres of vineyards situated in the heart of Champagne, Perrier-Jouët maintains control over the quality and consistency of its champagne production. More than half of its vineyards are located in the Grand Crus of Cramant and Avize, allowing Perrier-Jouët to create exceptional champagne that is unparalleled in quality and taste. Today, as a member of the Pernod Ricard group of brands, Perrier-Jouët's legacy of exceptional champagne-making continues to thrive and evolve. Through their dedication to quality and innovation, Perrier-Jouët remains one of the most respected and iconic champagne brands in the world. Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blanc is a champagne that beautifully showcases Perrier-Jouët's exceptional savoir-faire in revealing the true essence of the Chardonnay grape. It is a testament to the House's rich history and commitment to crafting exquisite champagnes that transcend time. Dating back around a hundred years, Perrier-Jouët introduced its first all-Chardonnay cuvées in the 1920s, long before champagnes made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes became known as "Blanc de Blancs". This tradition of crafting Blanc de Blancs champagnes has been perpetuated by Perrier-Jouët, solidifying its reputation as a pioneer in the world of champagne. Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blanc is a celebration of the pure and delicate qualities of Chardonnay. It is crafted from carefully selected Chardonnay grapes, grown in the finest vineyards of the Champagne region. The grapes are meticulously harvested and gently pressed, allowing the true expression of the varietal to shine through. Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blanc NV is a champagne that embodies the essence of Perrier-Jouët's savoir-faire in revealing the true character of Chardonnay. With a tradition dating back around a hundred years, Perrier-Jouët introduced its first all-Chardonnay cuvées in the 1920s, long before champagnes made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes became known as "Blanc de Blancs". In the glass, Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blanc NV shines with a pale gold colour, adorned with hints of green. Its lively effervescence creates a luminous display that captivates the eye. On the nose, this champagne offers an enticing bouquet of hedgerow flowers, including elderberry, acacia and honeysuckle. Tangy citrus notes add a refreshing and invigorating touch to the aromatic profile. Upon the first sip, Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blanc NV delights the palate with its lingering freshness and surprising smoothness. The flavors of tangy citrus fruits harmonize with the delicate floral nuances, creating a well-balanced and elegant taste experience. The finish of Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blanc NV is remarkably smooth and mellow, leaving a lasting impression of refinement and finesse. It is a champagne that showcases the true potential of Chardonnay, with its vibrant flavors and delicate structure. This stunning Limited Edition gift set contains 1 bottle of Perrier-Jouet Blanc de Blanc plus 2 Perrier-Jouet branded Champagne glasses.

Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Champagne + 2 Glasses Set

Perrier-Jouët's origin story dates back to 1810, when the cork supplier Pierre Nicolas Perrier married Rose Adélaide Jouët and began producing champagne under the name Perrier-Jouët the following year. Adèle focused on vineyards and winemaking while Pierre Nicolas focused on sales and marketing. Shipments to Great Britain began in 1815, followed by the United States in 1837. After Charles Perrier, Henri Gallice and his younger brother Octave became Perrier-Jouët directors. Octave, an art lover, met Emile Gallé in Paris and requested a design for Maison Perrier-Jouët, which became the iconic emblem of the brand. One of the world's oldest champagnes, a Perrier-Jouët vintage 1825, was opened and tasted in 2009. Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1957 to 1963, favoured vintage Perrier-Jouët. This passion has been passed down through the generations, shaping the House's philosophy of creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature. Maison Perrier-Jouët's affinity with the Art Nouveau movement is expressed through the emblematic anemone motif illustrated by Emile Gallé in 1902. Today, the House continues to reinvent luxury by collaborating with artists to create an extravagant universe. Along with their unique legacy, such as the creation of their first brut champagne in 1842 and the iconic floral Cuvée named Belle Epoque Cuvée, Perrier-Jouët also made history with the appointment of the first woman to hold the position of cellar master in 2020. Perrier-Jouët produces a wide range of vintage and non-vintage cuvée, with an annual production of approximately 3,000,000 bottles. The pride of the brand is its prestige label, Belle Epoque. With 266 acres of vineyards situated in the heart of Champagne, Perrier-Jouët maintains control over the quality and consistency of its champagne production. More than half of its vineyards are located in the Grand Crus of Cramant and Avize, allowing Perrier-Jouët to create exceptional champagne that is unparalleled in quality and taste. Today, as a member of the Pernod Ricard group of brands, Perrier-Jouët's legacy of exceptional champagne-making continues to thrive and evolve. Through their dedication to quality and innovation, Perrier-Jouët remains one of the most respected and iconic champagne brands in the world. Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Champagne is an exquisite vintage cuvée that has captivated champagne enthusiasts since its first release in 1964. With its instantly recognizable bottle adorned with the elegant spray of Japanese white anemones, it stands as a testament to the timeless beauty and artistry of Maison Perrier-Jouët. The inspiration behind the design of the bottle comes from the brilliant mind of Emile Gallé, a renowned master of the Art Nouveau movement. In 1902, Gallé created the delicate and graceful spray of Japanese white anemones, which has since become an iconic symbol of Perrier-Jouët. The intricate details and meticulous craftsmanship of the bottle reflect the dedication and passion that goes into creating this exceptional champagne. This stunning Limited Edition gift set contains 1 bottle of Perrier-Jouet Belle Epoque 2012 plus 2 hand painted Perrier-Jouet branded Champagne glasses. Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque is an icon of the House. Produced only in years when, in the judgment of Cellar Master Hervé Deschamps, the seasons have aligned perfectly, it is a captivating demonstration, not only of the art of blending, but also of the exceptional quality of the Perrier-Jouët vineyard. Testifying to the rarity of this cuvée, less than 30 vintages of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque have been produced to date. Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Champagne 2012 vintage is a translucent gold colour, with subtle glints of apple green, and radiant clarity. The nose has distinctive notes of white flowers combining with crisp pears, lemon, and white peaches. Freshness prevails on the palate, releasing a beautiful harmony. Pair this champagne with sole, turnips, or white peaches.

Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Champagne (Gift Boxed)

Perrier-Jouët's origin story dates back to 1810, when the cork supplier Pierre Nicolas Perrier married Rose Adélaide Jouët and began producing champagne under the name Perrier-Jouët the following year. Adèle focused on vineyards and winemaking while Pierre Nicolas focused on sales and marketing. Shipments to Great Britain began in 1815, followed by the United States in 1837. After Charles Perrier, Henri Gallice and his younger brother Octave became Perrier-Jouët directors. Octave, an art lover, met Emile Gallé in Paris and requested a design for Maison Perrier-Jouët, which became the iconic emblem of the brand. One of the world's oldest champagnes, a Perrier-Jouët vintage 1825, was opened and tasted in 2009. Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1957 to 1963, favoured vintage Perrier-Jouët. This passion has been passed down through the generations, shaping the House's philosophy of creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature. Maison Perrier-Jouët's affinity with the Art Nouveau movement is expressed through the emblematic anemone motif illustrated by Emile Gallé in 1902. Today, the House continues to reinvent luxury by collaborating with artists to create an extravagant universe. Along with their unique legacy, such as the creation of their first brut champagne in 1842 and the iconic floral Cuvée named Belle Epoque Cuvée, Perrier-Jouët also made history with the appointment of the first woman to hold the position of cellar master in 2020. Perrier-Jouët produces a wide range of vintage and non-vintage cuvée, with an annual production of approximately 3,000,000 bottles. The pride of the brand is its prestige label, Belle Epoque. With 266 acres of vineyards situated in the heart of Champagne, Perrier-Jouët maintains control over the quality and consistency of its champagne production. More than half of its vineyards are located in the Grand Crus of Cramant and Avize, allowing Perrier-Jouët to create exceptional champagne that is unparalleled in quality and taste. Today, as a member of the Pernod Ricard group of brands, Perrier-Jouët's legacy of exceptional champagne-making continues to thrive and evolve. Through their dedication to quality and innovation, Perrier-Jouët remains one of the most respected and iconic champagne brands in the world. Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Champagne is an exquisite vintage cuvée that has captivated champagne enthusiasts since its first release in 1964. With its instantly recognizable bottle adorned with the elegant spray of Japanese white anemones, it stands as a testament to the timeless beauty and artistry of Maison Perrier-Jouët. The inspiration behind the design of the bottle comes from the brilliant mind of Emile Gallé, a renowned master of the Art Nouveau movement. In 1902, Gallé created the delicate and graceful spray of Japanese white anemones, which has since become an iconic symbol of Perrier-Jouët. The intricate details and meticulous craftsmanship of the bottle reflect the dedication and passion that goes into creating this exceptional champagne. Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Champagne 2014 (Gift Boxed) is a pale gold elixir that exudes a radiant luminosity, reminiscent of the gentle glow of a rising sun. With its captivating appearance, this champagne sets the stage for an exceptional tasting experience. As you bring the glass to your nose, delicate and enticing aromas waft through the air. The fragrance of vine peach and poached pear fills the senses, creating a symphony of fruity notes that intertwine with the floral elegance of linden and hawthorn blossom. The bouquet is like a fragrant garden in full bloom inviting you to explore its nuances. On the palate, this vintage cuvée reveals a tantalizing tapestry of flavors that dance across the taste buds. The first sip introduces the juicy essence of vine peach a luscious fruit that lends a velvety texture to the champagne. This is accompanied by the delightful presence of poached pear, adding a touch of sweetness and a rich indulgent character. The final note of rhubarb brings a subtle tang balancing the sweetness and enhancing the overall complexity of the champagne. Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Champagne 2014 is a true masterpiece showcasing the craftsmanship and artistry of Maison Perrier-Jouët. Its harmonious blend of delicate fruit flavors, floral aromas and a fine texture makes it a truly remarkable champagne.

Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut

Champagne of this quality is amazing. Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut is vibrant with crisp green apple and citrus flavours on the palate. A perfect balance between the acidity and the delicate bubbles, giving it an amazing length.

Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Vintage

Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque is one of the world's truly great elegant Champagnes. Named after the 'golden age' in France during the late 19th century, Belle Époque is still today bottled in the striking hand-painted bottle that is instantly recognisable the world over. A 50% Chardonnay, 45% Pinot Noir and 5% Pinot Meunier, the strength of this prestige cuvée is in its finesse and elegance rather than power or fruit. Adding to this spectacular Champagne's aura of grace and class was the fact that is was personally chosen to be the Champagne poured at the Monaco wedding of HRH Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene.

Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Luminous Brut Champagne

Perrier-Jouët's origin story dates back to 1810, when the cork supplier Pierre Nicolas Perrier married Rose Adélaide Jouët and began producing champagne under the name Perrier-Jouët the following year. Adèle focused on vineyards and winemaking while Pierre Nicolas focused on sales and marketing. Shipments to Great Britain began in 1815, followed by the United States in 1837. After Charles Perrier, Henri Gallice and his younger brother Octave became Perrier-Jouët directors. Octave, an art lover, met Emile Gallé in Paris and requested a design for Maison Perrier-Jouët, which became the iconic emblem of the brand. One of the world's oldest champagnes, a Perrier-Jouët vintage 1825, was opened and tasted in 2009. Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1957 to 1963, favoured vintage Perrier-Jouët. This passion has been passed down through the generations, shaping the House's philosophy of creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature. Maison Perrier-Jouët's affinity with the Art Nouveau movement is expressed through the emblematic anemone motif illustrated by Emile Gallé in 1902. Today, the House continues to reinvent luxury by collaborating with artists to create an extravagant universe. Along with their unique legacy, such as the creation of their first brut champagne in 1842 and the iconic floral Cuvée named Belle Epoque Cuvée, Perrier-Jouët also made history with the appointment of the first woman to hold the position of cellar master in 2020. Perrier-Jouët produces a wide range of vintage and non-vintage cuvée, with an annual production of approximately 3,000,000 bottles. The pride of the brand is its prestige label, Belle Epoque. With 266 acres of vineyards situated in the heart of Champagne, Perrier-Jouët maintains control over the quality and consistency of its champagne production. More than half of its vineyards are located in the Grand Crus of Cramant and Avize, allowing Perrier-Jouët to create exceptional champagne that is unparalleled in quality and taste. Today, as a member of the Pernod Ricard group of brands, Perrier-Jouët's legacy of exceptional champagne-making continues to thrive and evolve. Through their dedication to quality and innovation, Perrier-Jouët remains one of the most respected and iconic champagne brands in the world. Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Champagne is an exquisite vintage cuvée that has captivated champagne enthusiasts since its first release in 1964. With its instantly recognizable bottle adorned with the elegant spray of Japanese white anemones, it stands as a testament to the timeless beauty and artistry of Maison Perrier-Jouët. The inspiration behind the design of the bottle comes from the brilliant mind of Emile Gallé, a renowned master of the Art Nouveau movement. In 1902, Gallé created the delicate and graceful spray of Japanese white anemones, which has since become an iconic symbol of Perrier-Jouët. The intricate details and meticulous craftsmanship of the bottle reflect the dedication and passion that goes into creating this exceptional champagne. The 2011 vintage is pale, translucent gold colour in the glass with radiant clarity and sublet hints of apple green. Distinctive aromas of white flowers combine with crisp pears, lemon, and white peaches. Freshness prevails on the palate, releasing a beautiful harmony.

Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé Hummingbird Edition

Premier Champagne house, Perrier-Jouët have released a limited-edition bottle designed by internationally acclaimed Brazilian artist Vik Muniz. Inspired by the love of nature and enchantment, the bottle design features a golden hummingbird amongst Perrier-Jouets classic anemone motif. Aesthetics aside, the wine itself is a thing of beauty - rich, pure and finely chiselled, striking a perfect balance between the year's character and Perrier-Jouëts floral, elegant house style. It's these characteristics that prompted Cellar Master Hervé Deschamps to choose the 2005 vintage to represent this exclusive edition. With only a few bottles available worldwide, Hervé Deschamps has described it as

Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé Champagne

Perrier-Jouët's origin story dates back to 1810, when the cork supplier Pierre Nicolas Perrier married Rose Adélaide Jouët and began producing champagne under the name Perrier-Jouët the following year. Adèle focused on vineyards and winemaking while Pierre Nicolas focused on sales and marketing. Shipments to Great Britain began in 1815, followed by the United States in 1837. After Charles Perrier, Henri Gallice and his younger brother Octave became Perrier-Jouët directors. Octave, an art lover, met Emile Gallé in Paris and requested a design for Maison Perrier-Jouët, which became the iconic emblem of the brand. One of the world's oldest champagnes, a Perrier-Jouët vintage 1825, was opened and tasted in 2009. Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1957 to 1963, favoured vintage Perrier-Jouët. This passion has been passed down through the generations, shaping the House's philosophy of creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature. Maison Perrier-Jouët's affinity with the Art Nouveau movement is expressed through the emblematic anemone motif illustrated by Emile Gallé in 1902. Today, the House continues to reinvent luxury by collaborating with artists to create an extravagant universe. Along with their unique legacy, such as the creation of their first brut champagne in 1842 and the iconic floral Cuvée named Belle Epoque Cuvée, Perrier-Jouët also made history with the appointment of the first woman to hold the position of cellar master in 2020. Perrier-Jouët produces a wide range of vintage and non-vintage cuvée, with an annual production of approximately 3,000,000 bottles. The pride of the brand is its prestige label, Belle Epoque. With 266 acres of vineyards situated in the heart of Champagne, Perrier-Jouët maintains control over the quality and consistency of its champagne production. More than half of its vineyards are located in the Grand Crus of Cramant and Avize, allowing Perrier-Jouët to create exceptional champagne that is unparalleled in quality and taste. Today, as a member of the Pernod Ricard group of brands, Perrier-Jouët's legacy of exceptional champagne-making continues to thrive and evolve. Through their dedication to quality and innovation, Perrier-Jouët remains one of the most respected and iconic champagne brands in the world. Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé is a champagne that embodies the free-spirited nature of Maison Perrier-Jouët. With its resolutely original character, this champagne is a true testament to the art of surprise combining rarity and uniqueness in every bottle. First introduced in 1978, Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé is a champagne that is crafted only in exceptional years, ensuring that each vintage is a true masterpiece. This meticulous approach to production guarantees that every bottle is a reflection of the extraordinary conditions that shaped the grapes, resulting in a champagne of unparalleled quality and distinction. What sets Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé apart is not only its limited production but also its ability to captivate and surprise with its distinctive personality. From the moment the cork is popped, this champagne reveals its enchanting allure. Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé Champagne 2010 1.5L is a truly exceptional vintage that showcases the artistry and craftsmanship of Maison Perrier-Jouët. Crafted in limited quantities and only in exceptional years, this champagne is a rare gem that captivates with its unique character and elegance. On the nose, Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé Champagne 2010 reveals a delightful bouquet of strawberries, peony, kumquat and white currant These aromas intertwine harmoniously, creating a captivating olfactory experience that sets the stage for the sensory journey to come. Upon the first sip, this champagne delights the palate with notes of pink grapefruit, mandarin, and a touch of spice. The flavors are vibrant and expressive, showcasing the complexity and depth of this exceptional vintage. The balance between freshness and richness is perfectly achieved creating a champagne that is both lively and refined. In the glass, Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé Champagne 2010 presents a shimmering, pastel-toned salmon-pink colour, adding to its visual allure The fine, persistent bubbles dance gracefully creating an enchanting visual display. The finish of Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé Champagne 2010 is long and satisfying, leaving a lasting impression of elegance and finesse. Ideal pairings include salmon or tuna cooked on one side only, salmon with cranberry sauce, pigeon or thinly sliced duck breast.