Pierre Gagnaire Dried fruit tart

In this Christmas dessert, jewel-like dates, figs, currants and apricots are lifted by the luminous, honey-like qualities of the Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé. Chef Pierre Gagnaire brings together, macerated dried fruit, crisp pastry, and a touch of creamy burrata to create a sophisticated dish that truly celebrates the flavors of the season. 

 

Pierre Gagnaire Roasted pollack

This simple roasted pollack and apple dish celebrates high-quality ingredients, cooked to perfection. King of Pippins apples are candied until soft and sticky, while the pollack is pan-cooked until golden-brown. Mirroring the honey notes and salty freshness of the chardonnay grape, this autumnal fish dish is ideal served with a glass of Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs. 

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 than 200 years. A constant source of inspiration, it has now resulted in a new, eco-designed gift box that is both beautiful and sustainable. 

Artisans of The Wine Podcast Series Hosted by Hervé Deschamps

A new series of seven podcasts entitled “Artisans of the Wine” and featuring Hervé Deschamps has been created to nourish the memory of the three decades he has dedicated to his passion for champagne. Each episode is a conversation with a personality from the worlds of wine and gastronomy whose path he has crossed during his long career.

 

 

Hervé Deschamps & Séverine Frerson

The transition  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 cellar master – and the first woman to hold the position – in the history of the House, which was famously founded from the union of Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët in 1811.

At Home with Andrea Mancuso

As the world went into lockdown in spring 2020 following the Coronavirus pandemic, Maison Perrier-Jouët’s Artisans of the Wild opened a virtual portal into their homes to share how they kept creative throughout quarantine with the At Home With series. Forming a dialogue from London to Paris, Milan to Mexico, each Artisan showed how they found inspiration at home to keep up their respective practice – ranging from dance to design – and how their communities came together to support key workers as well as each other.  

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