Makoto Azuma for Perrier-Jouët
The prestige brand Perrier-Jouët reveals its first artistic collaboration since the creation of the famous white anemones of Japan by Emile Gallé.
This time the brand has called upon Makoto Azuma, renowned Japanese floral artist, to create a work dedicated to the Bell Époque cuvée. Azuma created a three-dimensional frame in which he suspended the flowers, “a contemporary vision of beauty” which enabled him to finalize and inspire his design.
For this first ever limited edition version, Perrier-Jouët’s cellar master Hervé Deschamps has chosen the 2004 vintage with its exceptionally long finish and a taste that hints at flowers and white fruit.
In this extraordinary dialogue through time, the bottle carries the work of two artists separated by 100 years.
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