Perrier-Jouët presents

Belle Epoque 120 years

Maison Perrier-Jouët celebrates its emblematic flower

An everlasting symbol of art and nature

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.

Limited edition

120ans BE medium

Limited edition

Austrian design duo mischer' traxler reinterprets the Japanese anemone designed by Emile Gallé with a mix of seventy species from the vineyards of the Champagne Region.
mischer' traxler & Perrier-Jouët
The anemone of biodiversity
The Japanese anemone designed by Emile Gallé has been transformed by the duo’s creative vision. Seventy species from the vineyards of the Champagne region mix and mingle to compose the anemone, in a vibrant, colourful and multi-layered representation of their interdependencies. This anemone of biodiversity illustrates the role all species–including mankind – play in the biological balance of the ecosystem to which they belong. It is this magnificent and complex whole which Maison Perrier-Jouët is helping to preserve, both in its vineyards and beyond. With this anniversary limited edition, Maison Perrier- Jouët is sharing its joyful, positive and mindful vision of nature.

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