Dadelszen welcomes a beautiful new Perrier-Jouët bar to its Parnell showroom

Earlier this year, following their annual buying trip to Paris, Eddie and Constance von Dadelszen jumped on a train to Epernay where they were exclusively invited to stay at the private and iconic Maison Belle Époque, the home of Perrier-Jouët Champagne. It was a journey to the source of a brand that, for Dadelszen, had long played a role in marking life’s most significant milestones. 

Perrier-Jouët was served when Dadelszen launched almost three years ago. And at Eddie and Constance’s recent nuptials, Perrier-Jouët was the drink of choice. It’s a partnership that highlights the ideas of luxury, meticulous craftsmanship and unique savoir-faire that sit at the heart of both parties, and with Dadelszen’s latest in-store addition, is being taken to the next level. 

A captivating bar setup, designed by Cheshire Architects, has been installed in Dadelszen’s beautiful Parnell showroom. Dedicated to Perrier-Jouët, the bar itself is concealed behind double doors that, once open, are tucked tidily into the structure itself. Soft LED lighting bathes the aged brass surfaces of the bar in a gentle light, emphasising the Belle Époque detailing engraved across the back. While behind its honed, Nordic Grey marble panels, sits dark, oil-stained oak shelving designed so that Champagne flutes are on-hand at all times. 

Subtle and sophisticated, Dadelszen’s Perrier-Jouët bar is an apt reflection of the clothing by which it sits. Ensuring a bottle of the best is only a few strides away, Dadelszen has built on its penchant for luxury in a uniquely refined way and for us, that’s reason enough to raise a flute. 


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