A brand unit of Pernod Richard Group from 2005
PRIMARY ADDRESS / Cellar Door:
28 Avenue de Champagne, 51201 Epernay
About Perrier-Jouët champagne house
Champagne’s 10th largest house has seen numerous ownership changes prior to its purchase by global beverage powerhouse, Pernod Ricard in 2005. They have been producing their signature, floral yet elegant style Champagne since 1811.
Fruit Sourced from
Over 70 villages across Champagne, France. Chardonnay from Cote des Blancs, Villers-Marmery, Pinot Noir from Mailly-Champagne, Verzy, Verzenay, Ay, Avenay-Val-d’Or
Chef De Cave
Hand painted bottles of the prestige cuvee Belle Epoque
Interesting Fact: The flowers were first featured as part of Perrier Jouet’s bottle art in 1902. They were an Art Nouveau expression of the Japanese Anemone flower (Anemone hupehensis).
General Winemaking Process
General Winemaking Style
Floral, elegant and soft creamy, yet rounded. Pinot Noir is used for it’s floral perfume characteristics rather than strength. Chardonnay is also used in a way to express its fragrant notes and picked young to purposely avoid ripeness.
Production Per Year
Estimated annual production of 3 million bottles.
The flowers were first featured as part of Perrier Jouet’s bottle art in 1902. They were an Art Nouveau expression of the Japanese Anemone flower (Anemone hupehensis).