In 1811 Pierre-Nicolas Perrier married Adèle Jouët, thus marking the genesis of the House of Perrier-Jouët. CHaracterised from the outset by its uncompromising standards, the House was a pioneer in the field of traceability and fought against counterfeiting.
The House of Perrier-Jouët has seen seven Cellar Masters, the lastest of which, Hervé Deschamps, took his position in 1993. The ten years before becoming Cellar Master he spent by his predecessor's side mastering the subtleties of the House style and its unique floral tonality.
Working at the vat, plot by plot, the Cellar Master tastes and tests time and again, finally isolating the wines, turning each cuvée into a unique wine that expresses all the characteristic elegance and finesse of the House of Perrier-Jouët.