2013 Perrier-jouet Belle Epoque – Fleur De Champagne Brut
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Maison Perrier-Jouët is celebrating the anniversary of a flower. More than a flower, it is a symbol of the House’s ties to art and nature since 1811. The founders, Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët, have perpetuated their passion for botany, their attachment to the terroir, their love of art – and their vision of champagne.
In 1902, brothers and art collectors Henri and Octave Gallice met Emile Gallé, a noted botanist and leader of the Art Nouveau movement, which took nature as a source of inspiration. To keep the heritage of the House alive, Emile Gallé decorated a Perrier-Jouët magnum with a spray of Japanese anemones, evoking the floral style of the House’s champagnes. An icon was born, an emblematic flower that time would never fade. 120 years later, it makes Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque vintage cuvées instantly recognisable throughout the world.