Tasting a vintage champagne

In order to truly appreciate the depth and finesse of flavor that makes Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque so special, the ideal serving temperature is around 54°F (or 12°C). The best way to achieve this ideal temperature is to transfer the bottle from your cellar to your refrigerator and allow it to chill gently.

Vintage 120 years

A perfect tasting

When the moment comes to pour your vintage champagne, using tulip-shaped tasting glasses will give the bubbles room to form properly and allow the aromas to concentrate at the mouth of the glass, making for a truly exceptional tasting experience. 

Vintage Belle Epoque

Perrier-Jouët and its Japanese anemones

With its unmistakable style, the Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque collection of vintage Champagnes is famous the world over. The bottles that house these exceptional Champagnes are instantly recognizable, bedecked with a host of white flowers - Japanese anemones, to be precise. A refined motif which evokes the distinctive floral style of the House’ Champagnes. 

Vintage Belle Epoque

Art Nouveau heritage

It was created in 1902 by Emile Gallé, a leading light of the Art Nouveau movement, to adorn magnum bottles of Perrier-Jouët. It has been a symbol of the House ever since, embodying our twin passion for art and nature.

Today, those iconic white anemones delicately frame the name of each cuvée in the Belle Epoque range, Perrier-Jouët’s collection of vintage Champagnes.
Vintage Rosé - limited edition

An everlasting symbol

In 2022, to celebrate the 120th anniversary of this legendary flower, Perrier-Jouët commissioned artists mischer’traxler to create a limited-edition bottle.

The Austrian design duo put their own spin on Emile Gallé’s Japanese anemone, incorporating seventy species found in the vineyards of Champagne. An exclusive creation celebrating Perrier-Jouët’s joyful, positive and respectful relationship with nature.
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