℮200ML 6.7 FL.OZ
Villa Nellcôte is based on the estate with the same name, in Villefranche-sur-Mer, France. The fragrance is influenced by the garden and surroundings of the estate mostly associated with the production of one of the most iconic rock albums ever made.
Aromatic, refreshing and floral. Fragrance notes of Villa Nellcôte include Grapefruit, Magnolia Flower and Patchouli. A blend of the finest vegetable waxes in a traditional formula from 1961 is used for the 19-69 candles. Hand crafted in Italy. Candle will burn for approximately 48 hours.
“Villa Nellcôte is a 16-room mansion of the Belle Epoque, previously occupied and used as headquarters by the local Gestapo during the Nazi occupation of France. In the spring of 1971, new rebellious tenants and their colorful entourage hosted the property for six months. The barefoot hippies, the beautiful settings and the dark past were a perfect match resulting in a rock album that to this day inspire people across borders and nations.”
Grapefruit - Bergamot - Petitgrain - Pink Pepper - Elemi - Lemon - lemon flower - Violet Leaf - Rose Petals - Jasmine - Magnolia Flower - Osmanthus - Black Tea Infusion - Cabreuva - Cedarwood - Patchouli - White Amber - Musk - Moss - Guaiac Wood
The first scent impression of a fragrance are the top notes. Usually light aromas that evaporate quickly, lingering for 10 to 15 minutes. When sample a fragrance at a counter, this is the aroma that you experience.
These are the main body of the perfume. Emerge just prior to when the top notes dissipate. Scents from the mid notes appear anywhere from two minutes to one hour after the application of the perfume.
Black Tea Infusion
Bring depth and solidity to the perfume. These notes are the foundation of the fragrance and slow down the evaporation of the lighter notes. The base notes are usually not perceived until 30 minutes after the application of the perfume or during the period of perfume dry-down. The bottom notes of a fragrance last for some four to five hours on your skin.