Established in 1811, as one of the first houses of champagne, Perrier-Jouet debuts a suite collaboration with paper artist Jo Lynn Alcorn.

Since it’s inception, Perrier-Jouet has treated the process of making champagne as an art form, and this flowery champagne campaign is no different.

Through the art of finely hand cut paper, Jo Lynn Alcorn highlights the essence that corresponds with champagne maker’s five, distinct cuvees, and the quality and flavor notes found in each.

Everything Jo Lynn Alcorn creates is drawn from nature, which makes this collaboration all the more significant, especially, considering that the success of Perrier-Jouet still lies within it’s original 160 acres of vineyards in the Epernay region of Champagne, France.

The results, in a word, is simply breathtaking. The art form between paper and wine illustrates the freshness, intensity and delicacy of a Grand Brut champagne.

Poised in a crisp white with hints of color, to describe the character of each piece without over powering it, the final product truly captures the wine style of Perrier-Jouet’s floral, stylish, and diamond cut aromatic richness. Please enjoy responsibly.