Perrier-Jouët launched its famous "flower bottle" in 1969, with an arabesque design of anemones. Since then, it has been one of the world's most celebrated Champagnes - light bodied and distinctive.
The wine shows hints of floral and fruit aromas, opening with white flowers and a touch of honey, ending with a hint of brioche. The palate is crisp and clean, with hints of almond and nougat. While the cuvée is light and elegant, it has a surprisingly long finish.
The experience, unsurpassed, tastefully arrives with two celebratory anemone glass flutes.