LIFE by Sophisticated Youth

Cuvée Belle Époque by Perrier-Jouët

Posted on: May 29, 2009

Drawing inspiration from the famous Belle Epoque Perrier-Jouët bottle, adorned with delicately painted flowers, created in 1902 by the artist-glassmaker Emile Gallé, Swedish artist Barbo Andersson is unveiling a composition in four separate acts depicting this beautiful piece of alcoholic art… Everybody loves Perrier as a cheaper alternative, though just as good, to Dom Pérignon and Cristol. Personally, I prefer it over the two. The Jouët Rosé is my favorite, as it is not only tasty, it is also very visually stunning, with the white flowers painted on a backdrop of pink champagne. Toast in Style!


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