Perrier-Jouët

Pierre-Nicolas Perrier married Adèle Jouët in 1811, bringing together the two families who would go on to create one of the finest Champagne Houses in the world.

Known for its unrelenting quest for perfection, the House of Perrier-Jouët was the first to display the year of vintage on its bottles. In two centuries, the House has had only seven Cellar Masters presiding over the hallowed chamber, where its impeccably crafted cuvees quietly mature. Perrier-Jouët was seen at the courts of Napoleon III and Queen Victoria, and named the favourite Champagne of Princess Grace of Monaco.

Grand Brut

A delicate blend of florals and fruits, our Grand Brut is an ideal introduction to the Perrier-Jouët style. The light, sparkling golden liquid is infused with notes of vanilla sugar, Madeleine cakes and butter, entwined with cherry plum, lemon and bergamot. The flowers of the lime and honeysuckle round off this vivacious, fresh Champagne with a long and elegant finish.

Belle Epoque Blanc

This refined Champagne makes the ideal aperitif, offering a sensual, silky texture and delicately-balanced flavour. Its golden hue shimmers with grass-green highlights and lively bubbles, and an enticing aroma of white fruits, nuts and marzipan greets the connoisseur on opening. Notes include pineapple and fresh-cut spring flowers, segueing to a lengthy finish with refinement. 

Blason Rosé

This luminous rose-coloured Champagne glints with coral accents and effervescent sparkle. Enduringly popular with gourmet connoisseurs, our Rosé is a juice-laced blend of pomegranate, pear, blood orange and mature red fruits with complementary notes of biscuit, butter and pastry. White florals balance the palate to create an intense, complex wine with a rich, long feel.

Belle Epoque Rosé

A skilful blend of flowers and fruits, this salmon-hued wine opens with the aroma of peonies, giving way to fresh raspberries and strawberries, citrus fruits and pomegranate. Perfectly aligning the exceptional harvest of 2004 with the House style of Perrier-Jouët, the Belle Epoque Rosé 2004 has a silky finish that renders it an ideal accompaniment to dessert. 

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