Perrier-Jouët has been closely related to the Art Nouveau of the Belle Époque since it was created in 1811. Perrier Joüet is one of the most prestigious champagne producers in the world, having become renowned for their highly appreciated product in countries like England or the United States, where it is known as ‘Fleur de Champagne’.


Throughout its history, Perrier-Jouët has occupied an important place in the most exquisite Houses. This is the case, for instance, of the Royal Court of Napoleon III or Queen Victoria, among others. Since Princess Grace of Monaco stated that the bottle of champagne with the emblematic anemone was here favourite, Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque has been served at the Rose Ball celebration.


The oenologist Hervé Deschamps continues to show great mastery in capturing the exquisite quality of the Maison’s centuries-old vineyards.