Fill your world with wonder
It all starts with a flower
The Japanese anemone, which embodies Maison Perrier-Jouët’s close relationship with the living world, appears right from the opening sequences scenes of the film Fill your world with wonder.
The Maison Perrier-Jouët story began with an encounter between Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët, a young couple united by their vision of champagne, as well as their love of art and nature. From the beginning, they chose the Chardonnay grape variety as their signature, defining the floral style of their wines. In 1902, this inspired Emile Gallé, one of the pioneers of the Art Nouveau movement, to decorate a Perrier-Jouët magnum with the Japanese anemone motif which would later become the House’s emblem.
vision of the future
Through its film, the House invites us to rediscover the importance of collaborations between species in order to live in harmony with the world we share, as demonstrated by the initiatives it has undertaken in its vineyards over the past 10 years to promote biodiversity,such as trialling regenerative viticulture.
In keeping with Show Yanagisawa's creative spirit, the film features music by Thylacine, a French artist who remixes classic musical works in a contemporary style.
The aim of the film is to make us realise that – like the flower and all other plant and animal species – we are part of nature, not apart from it. This vision of the world can create the conditions for a desirable future.Mélanie Laurent
As well as starring in the new film, Mélanie Laurent will accompany Maison Perrier-Jouët in its environmental initiatives. Faced with the accelerating loss of biodiversity, Maison Perrier-Jouët is pursuing the efforts it has undertaken in the past 10 years in its vineyards and is aiming to make a more comprehensive contribution to the environment and the community at large.
Flowers are the House’s main source of inspiration in its attempts to create a sustainable future , a world in which the collective dimension is essential.
With Fill your world with wonder, Perrier-Jouët invites us to rediscover the importance of co-existing with other species to make our shared world a better place. This message reflects the actions that the House has undertaken in its vineyards over the past ten years to promote biodiversity.