The first day of spring saw Champagne House Perrier-Jouét celebrate its bicentenary in Paris with the unveiling of Bi-CentenaireÇ½?ª?the very first Living Legacy champagne designed to be passed on to future generations. A Champagne designed to be handed down from generation to generation.
An exclusive guest list gathered for the unveiling of a new kind of Champagne experience by the house, renowned globally for its Belle Époque Cuvée. Guests were also treated to the unveiling of a new work of art commissioned from American artist Daniel Arsham, designed to embody the spirit of Bi-CentenaireÇ½?ª?A true invitation to celebrate life.
A sumptuous champagne-paired celebratory dinner followed, orchestrated by notorious French Chefs Jean-Louis Nomicos** and his mentor Alain Ducasse, themselves gastronomic symbols of legacy, who reinterpreted superbly the 1911 Perrier-Jouét Centenary menu paired with Perrier-Jouét Belle Epoque Cuvées, including the exceptional Cuvée Belle Epoque 1998 in magnum.
Speaking on the night, Chairman & CEO of Martell Mumm Perrier-Jouét Lionel Breton: “We are very proud celebrate tonight the Bicentenary of Perrier-Jouét with this unique champagne experience as a real tribute to the house`s remarkable craftsmanship and passion for passing on a sense of French art de vivre to future generations`.
Perrier-Jouét Bi-Centenaire is available in very limited quantities (100 pieces only) at the Champagne House`s Boutique in Epernay and by appointment only including a privileged hospitality experience. It is also available through the exclusive Pernod Ricard network for an average RSP of 10 000 euros.
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