Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris Launches New Luxury Gastronomic Experience With One of Champagne’s Most Historic Houses


The five-star hotel is offering guests the chance to be fully-immersed in Champagne’s vineyards whilst discovering the historic home of Maison Perrier-Jouët



French adventures are calling. Ideal for fans of both bubbles and beautiful architecture, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris has announced a new exceptional gastronomic and oenological experience, offering guests staying at the Parisian hotel the opportunity to visit Epernay and discover 11 Avenue de Champagne, the famous Champagne house founded in 1811 by Pierre-Nicolas-Marie Perrier and his wife Adèle Jouët.

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this majestic building, which was once the home of the family of the founders of Perrier-Jouët, houses Europe’s most important private collection of French Art Nouveau, a testament to the building’s powerful architectural and historical significance.


Open to the public for the first time in history, guests are invited to discover the famed property and live out a true fantasy. Upon arrival, visitors can discover the interiors of this stunning home full of history, while admiring the magnificent halls adorned with Art Nouveau pieces.

The visit will reveal objects and furniture by Emile Gallé and Louis Majorelle, an exceptional collection of glassware dating from the beginning of the last century, and works by Rodin and Toulouse-Lautrec. Each of the first-floor rooms is dedicated to a master of Art Nouveau, including Hector Guimard, Gauthier-Poinsignon, Louis Majorelle and Louis Brouhot.

Of course, Champagne is on the cards. The day continues in the majestic Eden Cellar, which houses the oldest vintage champagne in the world, where guests will taste the finest vintages of the House in the company of the cellar master or an ambassador of the House. The experience continues in the magnificent gardens, where a delectable lunch crafted by Chef Sébastien Morellon will be served in leafy surrounds. Post-feasting guests will take part in a private tour of a Champagne vineyard.



For those wishing to return to the capital that evening, guests can enjoy an exclusive dinner at the George V. In the intimate atmosphere of the Michelin-starred restaurant L’Orangerie, guests will sip a few bubbles from the House of Perrier-Jouët, and then will be invited to savour Chef Alan Taudon’s delicate compositions.

However, for those who want to stay a little longer, gourmands are invited to experience dinner paired with fine Perrier-Jouët wines, followed by an overnight stay in one of the five rooms of Maison Belle Epoque.



In the morning, stroll to the heart of the vineyard for a delicious picnic in a striking bucolic setting. In the early evening, guests will return to Paris, where the day culminates in a gourmet dinner prepared by Chef Alan Taudon – the perfect way to end what promises to be a sublime food and wine experience.

Make it happen
When: Available exclusively to guests of Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, the Maison Belle Epoque Experience is available from May 1 to October 31.
How: Find out more and make a booking via fourseasons.com

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