Products from Perrier Jouet
The Champagne House was founded in 1811 by Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adelaide Jouet. Rose-Adelaide Jouet was concerned with the vineyards owned by her family and the winemaking, while Pierre-Nicolas Perrier concentrated on sales and marketing. Over the next few years, they exported their wares to Great Britain and later, in 1837, to America. The first creation in 1842 of Brut Champagne convinced many royal courts and the dry taste became popular. The son of the couple Charles Perrier followed in the footsteps of his parents from 1854 - 1878, after which Henri and Octave Gallice became Charles Perrier's successors. The iconic emblem of the House of Perrier-Jouët is characterised by the representation of the passion for botany and the image of a Japanese white anemone bouquet. The design was created by Emile Galle. Since 2020, Severine Frerson is the eighth cellar master and the first woman to hold this position.