Makiko Takehara and The Art of Vintage by Perrier-Jouët

You only have a few days left to participate and win the limited-edition Perrier-Jouët book The Art of the Vintage -an aesthetic odyssey through 20 vintage Perrier-Jouët champagnes. Go to, discover the beautiful works of art created by Japanese art photograph Makiko Takehara and win this sublime book: a fascinating and original insight into the mystique, the art and the history surrounding twenty legendary vintage champagnes produced by Perrier-Jouët.
The book is absolutely beautiful and so are the creations by Makiko Takehara: an artistic interpretation of twenty of the House’s legendary vintages, from the oldest in Champagne, PJ 1825, to the first in the new millennium, Belle Epoque 2002. Makiko Takehara’s compositions provide a singularly artistic perspective of each vintage, turning champagne into a work of art.
The House embarked on this collaboration with Makiko Takehara to celebrate the release of Cuvée Belle Epoque 2002, as she did with its Legendary Tasting organized earlier last year: an unprecedented tasting with extremely rare champagnes, including PJ 1825, with 12 of the world’s leading wine experts -more details about it here.