The Art Nouveau,
a day-to-day philosophy
A swirl of Japanese anemones engraved on a bottle in 1902
marked the first association between Perrier-Jouët and Art Nouveau.
The story continues to unfurl to this day.
infusing poetry and beauty into daily life.
Inspiration drawn from nature, the desire to infuse beauty into daily life. The values of Perrier-Jouët are fully echoed by Art Nouveau. The House and various artists have teamed up to create a series of unique works to enchant our daily lives.
In 1902, Emile Gallé, one of the movement's most celebrated artists, designed a swirl of anemones wreathed in gold for the Perrier-Jouët bottle. An unusual bottle, a true homage to nature as a source of inspiration, where the swirls of the white flowers echo the floral and delicate style of the wine, and become the emblem of the House.
Since then, Perrier-Jouët has continued to celebrate the marriage of arts and crafts, calling on renowned artists such as Daniel Arsham, kloi DL, Makoto Azuma and Tord Boontje, creating unique works, sublime objects on the theme of tasting champagne, but also artistic installations, as a fitting showcase for the close relationship between the House and Art Nouveau.