Perrier-Jouët and Art Nouveau, the first signs of this collaboration was in 1902 when Emile Gallé, one of the movement's most celebrated artists, designed a swirl of anemones wreathed in gold for the Perrier-Jouët bottle.
This partnerships continues today with Perrier-Jouët working with many celebrated artists.
This excellent Champagne from Perrier-Jouët has delicate flavours of peach, honey and citrus. With its instantly recognisable label, it graces any event.
The palate is round and fresh with a long, lingering finish. Perfect with food, this Champagne lends itself to fish terrine, scallops or oysters shucked with
a drop of lemon juice.