THE ROYAL WEDDING BETWEEN HIS SERENE HIGHNESS PRINCE ALBERT II OF MONACO WITH MISS CHARLENE WITTSTOCK WAS AS ELEGANT, ELABORATE AND EXCLUSIVE AS THE PRINCIPALITY ITSELF.
ONLY THE BEST AND MOST FAMOUS BRANDS WERE CHOSEN BY THE COUPLE. CHAMPAGNE WAS THE MOST IMPORTANT LIQUID TO COURSE THROUGH THE NUPTIALS AND NATURALLY A LONG TIME ALLY WAS SELECTED AND SO GUESTS WERE ABLE TO TOAST THE COUPLE IN GRAND STYLE WITH ONE OF THE WORLD'S FINEST BUBBLY---PERRIER-JOUET
The ultimate endorsement and seal of approval for any label!
His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco with Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco stand in front of a champagne cooler containing the prestigious Cuvee Belle Epoque 2002 Perrier-Jouet champagne enjoyed by their 500 guests at dinner.
Below shows the table settting. Maybe Perrier-Jouet was chosen because the floral design on its label matches the real flowers on the table!
As you can see, Perrier-Jouet champagne is perfectly at home in Monaco and your KL pad!
Celebrating The Monaco Royal Wedding in Style
With Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque
Last week-end, Perrier-Jouët House of Champagne enjoyed the great honour of sharing the official royal wedding celebrations at the marriage of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and Miss Charlene Wittstock, with its personalised Perrier-Jouët’s iconic prestige cuvee Belle Epoque 2002 served in magnums at the official wedding dinner.
Perrier-Jouët was the official Champagne chosen for the royal wedding reception, held on the beautiful terrace of the Opera Garnier and crowned by a sumptuous dinner by Michelin-starred Chef Alain Ducasse and the Monte-Carlo SBM teams. The 500 distinguished guests, including European royalty, Heads of State and other notable personalities, enjoyed the remarkable Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque 2002 vintage which rounded off the dinner with the delicate white chocolate covered wedding cake and described by Hervé Deschamps as the “ultimate expression of elegance and refinement of Perrier-Jouët distinctive signature style” by Hervé Deschamps, only seventh Cellar Master since the foundation of the House in 1811.
“Perrier-Jouët is greatly honoured to have been chosen for the royal wedding”, said Lionel Breton, Chairman and CEO of Martell Mumm Perrier-Jouët. “Having accompanied for many years the Monaco's Rose Ball with Princess Grace Kelly, we are proud to be featured at the Prince Albert’s marriage with our most prestigious champagne”.
The foundation of the House of Champagne Perrier-Jouët in 1811 was itself born of a marriage between its founders Pierre Nicolas Perrier and Adèle Jouët 200 years ago. An elegant and romantic champagne for a fairytale Royal wedding.
Since its establishment in 1811, the Champagne house of Perrier-Jouët has remained committed to one goal: presenting Champagne drinkers with the most refined, elegant and superb Champagnes available and to celebrating the finer things in life with bottles and magnums available only at the finest restaurants, the most sophisticated bars and the most luxurious dinner parties.