Founded in 1811 with the marriage of Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Adele Jouet, Maison Perrier-Jouet has consistantly created Champagne wines which they describe as floral, stylish and have diamond cut, clear flavour profiles. Owning some of the best vineyards in the Cotes des Blancs, the house favours Chardonnay in their blends with fine structure provided by Pinot Noir from Mailly, Ay and Dizy.
Perrier-Jouet, since 1902, has had a relationship with Art Nouveau, initiated by a sweeping engraving of Japanese anemones on a bottle. Every bottle of the vintage Champagne since features the same anemones, and the house has continued to celebrate Art Nouveau through commissions with renowned artists and craftspeople.
Perrier-Jouet Champagne has been seen gracing some of the most honoured tables including Napoleon III, the first President of France, Queen Victoria, and more recently being the favourite Champagne of the royal family of Monaco.