Champagne is a prestigious and protected wine that is both globally recognized and rooted in centuries-old traditions. A symbol of elegance and sophistication, it pairs well with special occasions and celebrations. Each brand of champagne is produced from a unique blend and features a distinctive style of all its own.
Discover our champagne brands: Maison Perrier-Jouët and Maison Mumm.
Benefitting from a specific climate, soil quality and topography, the Champagne terroir encompasses a patchwork of micro-terroirs endowed with unique characteristics.
This year during Design Miami/ 2015, Perrier-Jouët presented L’Eden by Perrier-Jouët, and its latest art piece designed by Japanese artist Ritsue Mishima.
Discover the specific characteristics of champagne: description, history, production method, terroir, serving and tasting champagne and our brands.
At tasting time, following a few guidelines will help you serve and fully appreciate your champagne (temperature, glass type, etc.). The best part of champagne is its cool and refreshing temperature.
Champagne is the fruit of a long and complex production method. Most of the bottles of champagne represents at least 15 months of preparation – or 3 years for millésime champagnes. Discover every step in the champagne production process, blending tradition, know-how and excellence. Read the process in details under the infographics.
Centuries of tradition go into the making of champagne. From its origins as a sacred wine, it later became the preferred beverage of kings at their coronation ceremonies. Nowadays we know it as the time-honored wine of special occasions.
Pernod Ricard entrusted 18 of its employees to Australian photographer Vee Speers to design its 2013/2014 Annual Report’s photo campaign.
Perrier-Jouët House of Champagne announced the release of the first ever ephemeral champagne cuvée Belle Epoque Edition Première. This limited edition, an ode the season of flowering, presented as the champagne to enjoy when spring arrives.