Faithful to this tradition of cultivating its taste for artistic creations, Perrier-Jouët Champagne partnered with French designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance to create a unique champagne tasting table: the Perrier-Jouët Flower table. It was unveiled in exclusivity at the International Design Exhibition in Milan.
Celebrating the arrival of spring, the Perrier-Jouët Flower Table echoes the distinctive shape of the anemone, icon of the Champagne House in a stylish and elegant way. The interior of the table opens out to reveal a fluid and curved champagne bowl – a real invitation for guests to gather and appreciate fully this artistic champagne tasting experience.
Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance inspiration came following a visit to Maison Belle Époque, the Perrier-Jouët hospitality house in Épernay. Turned into a unique showcase of the Belle Époque Cuvée, the House holds almost 200 original pieces from the Art Nouveau movement, whose leader included artist and Art Nouveau pioneer Émile Galle, who designed in 1902 the anemones that adorn every one of Perrier-Jouet Cuvées today.
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