Since 1811, the Maison Perrier-Jouët has been producing champagne with a unique, floral, intense and refined style. The last of the dynasty is Hervé Deschamps, Chef de Cave Perrier-Jouët from the 93 'after ten years of flanking his predecessor, during which he learned to know all the secrets of the style of the Maison. Guardian of this savoir-faire, Hervé Deschamps cultivates and transmits the unique heritage of the Maison, modeling each of the crus that, with the assembling, come to compose his creations with artisan precision. The Chef de Cave tastes and evaluates, directly from the steel drums, the wines of each parcel up to isolate the cru that will constitute the assembly. Each cuvée thus becomes a unique wine capable of expressing all the elegance and refinement that distinguish the Maison Perrier-Jouët.
The Perrier-Jouët family has vineyards in Champagne since the early 18th century. Over time its heritage has been enriched thanks to careful and far-sighted choices, made according to the style that the family wanted to give to its wines. The excellence of the raw material is one of the main concerns of the Maison and a very special attention is given to the noble Chardonnay, which give Perrier-Jouët wines their unique style.