Villa Nellcote Eau de Parfum
Villa Nellcote Eau de Parfum is a fragrance by 19-69. The notes of this fragrance are Grapefruit, bergamot, petitgrain, pink pepper, elemi, lemon, lemon flower, violet, rose, jasmine, magnolia, osmanthus, black tea, cabreuva, cedar, patchouli, white amber, musk, moss, gaiac
“Never has a house been so closely associated with the creation of a rock album. This was a summer that would change the history of music forever. The fragrance Villa Nellcote is the embodiment of the magnificent garden and surroundings at the estate with the same name.” -Johan Bergelin
Villa Nellcote, a 19th-century mansion overlooking Villefranche Bay on France’s Cote d’Azur, has what could generously be called a colorful past- after serving as a Gestapo headquarters during the Nazi occupation of France, the Villa was reclaimed for “allied” debauchery when it was famously rented in the summer of 1971 to serve as the party palace and studio of the Rolling Stones as they recorded their classic album Exile On Main Street. Using the lushly landscaped grounds as an inspiration, Villa Nellcote the fragrance is a smooth, confident unisex floral, boasting a bouquet of lush flowers enriched with a piquant blend of fresh green citrus and spice. We picture ourselves atop the grand outdoor staircase overlooking the lavish gardens, with a subtly smoky base of black tea, patchouli and woods the only indication of the rock-star hedonism happening in the cellar-turned-studio, hidden away from prying eyes. For those who like their summertime freshness with just a hint of naughtiness, Villa Nellcote is a perfect tribute to a locale that will forever live in rock-n-roll infamy.
Specification: Villa Nellcote Eau de Parfum