Founded in 1811, the former house of the founders of Perrier-Jouët is today a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is home to the largest private collection of French art nouveau in Europe. A scenic two-hour drive from Paris, Maison Belle Époque is situated in Épernay, Champagne.
For the very first time, this exceptional residence is opening its doors exclusively to guests of Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris.
A mahogany glass door by Hector Guimard sets the tone at the entrance. The halls and dining room display pieces by Emile Gallé, Louis Majorelle, Georges de Feure and Jacques Gruber, along with a unique collection of art nouveau glassware dating from the 1890s to 1910. Works of art by Rodin and Toulouse Lautrec complete the collection. Upstairs, the bedrooms are dedicated to notable artists of the art nouveau period, including Hector Guimard, Gauthier-Poinsignon, Louis Majorelle and Louis Brouhot.
Upon arrival at this historic venue, you’ll enjoy a tour of the house. This will continue in the majestic Eden Cellar, which houses the oldest vintage champagne in the world. Continue to the lounges, where time seems to stand still, for a tasting of the finest vintages of the house.
Following the tour, Chef Sébastien Morellon will invite you to sample his exquisite creations, which are perfectly crafted to match the intricate, floral style of Perrier-Jouët wines. For an unforgettable experience, you may stay overnight in one of the five beautifully restored bedrooms, with more surprises awaiting the following day.
- Tour of Maison Belle Époque
- Lunch in the gardens, crafted by Chef Sébastien Morellon
- Tour of the champagne vineyard
- Return to Four Seasons Hotel George V for an exquisite dinner by Chef Alan Taudon designed exclusively for the experience
TWO-DAY EXPERIENCE – ADDITIONAL INCLUSIONS
- One-night accommodation at Maison Belle Époque
- Gourmet dinner paired with a surprise vintage
- Vineyard tour followed by a gourmet picnic
The Maison Belle Époque will be closed August 8–19, 2022.
Savour divine creations by Chef Sébastien Morellon in the beautiful setting of the picturesque garden.
Founders Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët shared a love of art and nature, represented in the art nouveau interiors adorning the maison.
The elegant 18th-century mansion was meticulously restored in 2017 to its original art nouveau style.
The lush floral gardens complement the maison’s nearly 200 art nouveau pieces.
The intricate floral style for which Perrier-Jouët is renowned enhances each dining experience to become a multisensory journey.
Guests of Four Seasons Hotel George V are exclusively invited to stay overnight in Maison Belle Époque, once the historic home of generations of the founding family.