Pierre Gagnaire Scallops

Celebrate the sweet flavors of winter with scallops cooked in clementine juice, and brought to life with a splash of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque champagne. The fattiness of the scallops, the delicate citrus notes of the orange, and the bitterness of Puntarella chicory work together to create a dish that is as complex as it is comforting.

Nature has been at the heart of Maison Perrier-Jouët for more over 200 years. A constant source of inspiration, it has now resulted in a new, eco-designed gift box that is both beautiful and sustainable.


It can be difficult to describe the transcendent feeling of a meal that is expertly paired with libations and shared with friends or family. Pairing wine with food is by no means a new concept, but it is an art form that continues to evolve as culinary experts pour their creativity into restaurant concepts and build teams of hospitality professionals. There was a time when the chef had to play all roles…cook, sommelier, waiter, trainer, book keeper, but there is an air of prestige that is recognized in the industry universally now, which has allowed for specialized roles to be broadened and even celebrated. For the guest, this cultivates an environment that can be truly magical, and hopefully leaves them inspired to continue their journey of gastronomic discovery and hospitality in their own home.

A Historic Moment For Maison Perrier-jouët

The transmission from one cellar master to the next is a key event for any champagne house. But for Maison Perrier-Jouët, which has had just seven cellar masters in over 200 years, it is truly a historic moment. In October 2020, Séverine Frerson will become the eighth – and the first female – to hold the cellar master position in the history of the House, which was famously founded from the union of Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët in 1811.

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