Perrier-Jouët

When Pierre-Nicolas Perrier married Rose-Adélaïde Jouët in 1811 in Epernay, the boutique Perrier-Jouët House was born. Influenced by its founders’ love of nature, it has since then been synonymous with producing a floral, elegant and intricate Champagne style with a distinctive and signature Chardonnay hallmark. Perrier-Jouët owns 65 hectares of vineyards classified as 99.2% on the ‘échelle des crus’ classification of Champagne vineyards, which means that each of the House’s vineyards is classed almost exclusively as Grands Crus.

Perrier-Jouët range

Main markets for Perrier-Jouët

  • 1. USA
  • 2. France
  • 3. Japan
  • 4. UK
  • 5. China

Perrier-Jouët in short

Boutique
champagne house with less than 4 million bottles sold globally
65 hectares
Of vineyards classified as 99.2% on the "echelle des crus"
1st
Champagne house to create a Brut in 1846

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Perrier-Jouët owns 65 hectares of vineyards classified as 99.2% on the “échelle des crus” classification of vineyards. Inspired by a constant quest for perfection and recognised thanks to the unique character of its wines, Perrier-Jouët has turned the champagne tradition into a homage to art. Just as a jeweller fashions a gemstone, Perrier-Jouët brings out the exceptional nature of its soil in the production of its champagne, and in particular during blending, which is the decisive step in a process handed down over the centuries by just seven Cellar Masters.

 

History of Perrier-Jouët

1811
1846
1902
1990
1998
2017

Birth of the Champagne house, founded by Perrier-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët after their wedding in 1811. They quickly acquire a site at 28 avenue de champagne, still home to Perrier-Jouët today.

Creation of the 1st Brut Cuvée: Cuvée K. Charles Perrier, who succeeded his father, produced a “dry” champagne in order to satisfy his British clients, which resulted in the First Brut champagne in 1856.

Master glassmaker Emile Gallé, a pioneer of the Art Nouveau movement, designs for Octave Gallice, member of the Perrier- Jouët family, the bottle decorated with Japanese anemones.  It will be adopted for the design of the Belle Époque cuvee and the icon of the Perrier-Jouët House.

The Maison Belle Époque becomes a unique Art Nouveau venue in which to host Perrier-Jouët’s VIP client. Today it remains the 1st private collection of French Art Nouveau in Europe.

Launch of Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs by Hervé Deschamps, the purest and most accomplished expression of the House style.

Launch of Perrier-Jouet Blanc de Blancs by Hervé Deschamps, Perrier-Jouët signature cuvée. First cuvée to be released, into the classic non-vintage range, by the House in 20 years.

Birth of the Champagne house, founded by Perrier-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët after their wedding in 1811. They quickly acquire a site at 28 avenue de champagne, still home to Perrier-Jouët today.

Creation of the 1st Brut Cuvée: Cuvée K. Charles Perrier, who succeeded his father, produced a “dry” champagne in order to satisfy his British clients, which resulted in the First Brut champagne in 1856.

Master glassmaker Emile Gallé, a pioneer of the Art Nouveau movement, designs for Octave Gallice, member of the Perrier- Jouët family, the bottle decorated with Japanese anemones.  It will be adopted for the design of the Belle Époque cuvee and the icon of the Perrier-Jouët House.

The Maison Belle Époque becomes a unique Art Nouveau venue in which to host Perrier-Jouët’s VIP client. Today it remains the 1st private collection of French Art Nouveau in Europe.

Launch of Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs by Hervé Deschamps, the purest and most accomplished expression of the House style.

Launch of Perrier-Jouet Blanc de Blancs by Hervé Deschamps, Perrier-Jouët signature cuvée. First cuvée to be released, into the classic non-vintage range, by the House in 20 years.

Birth of the Champagne house, founded by Perrier-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët after their wedding in 1811. They quickly acquire a site at 28 avenue de champagne, still home to Perrier-Jouët today.

Creation of the 1st Brut Cuvée: Cuvée K. Charles Perrier, who succeeded his father, produced a “dry” champagne in order to satisfy his British clients, which resulted in the First Brut champagne in 1856.

Master glassmaker Emile Gallé, a pioneer of the Art Nouveau movement, designs for Octave Gallice, member of the Perrier- Jouët family, the bottle decorated with Japanese anemones.  It will be adopted for the design of the Belle Époque cuvee and the icon of the Perrier-Jouët House.

The Maison Belle Époque becomes a unique Art Nouveau venue in which to host Perrier-Jouët’s VIP client. Today it remains the 1st private collection of French Art Nouveau in Europe.

Launch of Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs by Hervé Deschamps, the purest and most accomplished expression of the House style.

Launch of Perrier-Jouet Blanc de Blancs by Hervé Deschamps, Perrier-Jouët signature cuvée. First cuvée to be released, into the classic non-vintage range, by the House in 20 years.