the eyeA pale gold, clear and luminous, like the rising sun.
the noseDelicate aromas of fruit – vine peach and poached pear – and linden and hawthorn blossom.
the palateNotes of juicy vine peach lend a fine texture, complemented by poached pear and rhubarb.
For this collaboration with Maison Perrier-Jouët, pollen appeared to me as the perfect symbol to link the elements of nature together. A celebration of life and the meticulous care given to their vineyards, right at the heart of the Champagne region of France.Fernando Laposse
Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque is the original Belle Époque vintage cuvée, first appearing in 1964. Instantly recognisable throughout the world, its bottle is adorned with the graceful spray of Japanese white anemones created for Maison Perrier-Jouët by Art Nouveau master Emile Gallé in 1902.
In 2023, Maison Perrier-Jouët is continuing to highlight the need to (re)think our relationship with nature through its new creative partnership with Fernando Laposse
The Mexican artist and designer shares the House’s vision of a world in which all species, mankind included, are of equal importance. From the collaboration between all these life forms, potential solutions may emerge to the environmental problems faced by our societies, holding out the prospect of a brighter future.
The structure of this cuvée recalls the grace of the Carnation, an emblematic motif of Art Nouveau. Its notes evoke the delicacy of this flower.SÉVERINE FRERSON