Korean Air’s first and business class passengers on international routes will now be able to enjoy one of the finest champagnes in the world – Perrier-Jouët.
In keeping with the quality of the champagne, it will be served in elegant Riedel glassware.
Heather Cho, senior vice president of catering, said: “Korean Air is delighted to serve Perrier-Jouët champagne in fine Riedel glassware to its valued customers.
“Korean Air continually strives to exceed its ‘excellence in flight’ mantra through innovative service upgrades and this luxury brand is a perfect fit with the Korean Air brand of quality.”
One of the finest and most luxurious champagne brands, Perrier-Jouët has been loved by many European royal families, including Leopold I and Napoleon III.
In 1861, Queen Victoria gave Perrier-Jouët a royal warrant as suppliers of champagne to the British royal household.
Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque is known as the “floral champagne”.
Named after the ‘golden age’ in France during the late 19th century, Belle Époque features a delicate flavour blending flowers and fruit. Belle Époque will be served in Korean Air’s first class cabin on routes between Korea, America and Europe.
Blason Rosé will be available in first class on the Southeast Asia and Oceania routes. Prestige class passengers can enjoy Grand Brut on all routes.