The historic and prestigious Perrier Jouet fashion house has always stood out, since its foundation in 1811, in the Champagne landscape for its elegance and refinement, giving life to fresh, soft and floral expressions, born from top-level cuvées with a strong presence of Chardonnay . In the course of two centuries of history, Champagne Perrier-Jouët were the protagonists of royal and princely banquets, such as those of Napoleon III and Queen Victoria, becoming the favorite drinks of high-level characters and style icons, such as Princess Grace of Monaco. Perrier-Jouët is based in Epernay, in the site called Maison Belle Epoque, an ancient home of the Perrier-Jouët family, which has now also become a magnificent luxury hotel. It is a magical and enchanting place, embellished with masterpieces of Art Nouveau. Among these are the original drawings of the gold anemone and the white flower scrolls that appear on Perrier-Jouët champagne bottles, a 1902 work by Émile Gallé, painter and master glassmaker, initiator of Art Nouveau in France. Like the designs that adorn the bottles, the Perrier Jouet Champagne are true works of art, born from the best plots of the Côte de Blanc, where they grow Chardonnay grapes with exuberant floral aromas, capable of expressing an articulated aromatic complexity. These are unique and inimitable expressions, endowed with a strong identity. An ancient and precious savoir-faire that has been handed down for two centuries is the basis of the maison's style and translates into a refined and subtle, aromatically intense style, which combines charm and elegance, creating dreamy Champagne, refined and precious like lace silk and with a thousand facets like diamonds.