Champagne is now prettier than ever, as seen in the recent Perrier-Jouet paper print ad. The campaign was created by Jo Lynn Alcorn, who perfectly roped in her Paper Frescoes theme to the sunny side of drinking.
The print ad has some paper-made flowers that that are the main feature of this crisp champagne campaign. Those who had messy ideas of drinkers associated with champagne can kiss this scene goodbye, as the new brand of floral luxury is here to stay. The print ad for Perrier-Jouet adds a touch of class and luxury to the brand.
For those who want to make the most of this bubbly, explore the Perrier-Jouet paper print ad gallery and taste the hints of delicious luxury.
The quintessence of joyful effervescence, glasses filled with Perrier-Jouët’s prestige cuvee Belle Epoque 2002 were raised today, July 3, 2011, to toast royal romantics H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, and his bride Princess Charlene.
The 500 guests who gathered on the terrace of the Opera Garnier drank in the surroundings as they sipped the official champagne chosen to celebrate the royal wedding at a dinner created by culinary master chef Alain Ducasse and the Monte Carlo SBM teams.
“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 and the Princess Grace Kelly, we are proud to be featured at the Prince Albert’s marriage with our most prestigious champagne”.