produced by Perrier Jouet
. In 1964, a bottle crafted in 1902 by Emile Gallé
was discovered in the cellars
, which had been enamelled in a floral pattern. This arabesque
was used to create a new line, the Cuvée Belle Epoque
, which was launched in 1969. In 1975, the Cuvée Belle Epoque was released to America as the Fleur de France
Along with Moet et Chandon Dom Perignon, Veuve Clicquot Vintage Réserve, and Roederer Cristal, one of the premium champagnes.
In addition to being a highly sought after wine, Fleur de France makes frequent appearances in Hollywood movies.