The art of revealing nature since 1811.
Art Nouveau is characterized by an unconventional observation of nature, by its attachment to craftsmanship and by the creative freedom to bring beauty into everyday life through a reinvention of nature. A philosophy shared by Perrier-Jouët.
Inspired by Nature
Faithful to the original idea of its founders, a young couple united by their love for art and nature, Perrier-Jouët continues to evolve with these sources of inspiration.
The Belle Epoque House
Reopened in 2017 after a significant renovation, the founding family's historic home now houses the largest private collection of French Art Nouveau in Europe.
The Anemone: A Symbol
Perrier-Jouët's close relationship with Art Nouveau found its most beautiful expression in 1902 in the Japanese anemone designed by French master glassmaker Emile Gallé.
OYSTER GAYA x PERRIER-JOUËT BLANC DE BLANCS by Pierre Gagnaire
An unusual story
Perrier-Jouët was founded in Épernay in 1811 by a young couple, Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët. From the very beginning, they were determined that their House would be unique. In particular, they chose the rarely used Chardonnay as their signature grape variety, creating a distinctive and complex floral style. To this day, their creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature remain the hallmark of the House.
Respecting the vineyard
Perrier-Jouët's Chardonnay parcels are located in the heart of the Côte des Blancs, the "Golden Triangle" of Champagne. Faithful to the philosophy of its founders, the House is committed to an environmentally responsible management of this exceptional land. This approach has been rewarded by obtaining the HVE certification in 2016. Perrier-Jouët also supports its winegrowing partners in their efforts to obtain certification in sustainable viticulture.
A global approach
Perrier-Jouët is committed to limiting its ecological impact throughout its value chain. Initiatives such as the rigorous optimization of transport, the use of green energy, and the eco-design of packaging (85% recycled glass bottles, mineral oil-based inks, 100% recyclable boxes, etc.) have enabled Perrier-Jouët to reduce its CO² emissions by 55% since 2009.
Behind the scenes at Perrier-Jouët
A look back at our tour in Épernay, marked by an exciting and enriching discussion with the Perrier-Jouët team.
Christian MARTRAY & Séverine FRERSON
Meeting between our consultant sommelier and the Perrier-Jouët cellar master.
All'ombra della luce - Ritsue Mishima
Contemporary art enters the tasting room.
Giacomo Fanzio & the VALAP team
Discovery of the vineyard with the Perrier-Jouët & Mumm Brand Education Ambassodor.