Villa Nellcôte by 19-69 is inspired by the mansion Villa Nellcôte, located in Villefranche-sur-Mer, France and associated with the production of one of the most iconic rock albums ever made. The scent is the embodiment of the magnificent garden and beautiful surroundings of the estate. The perfume is aromatic, refreshing and floral. Fragrance notes include grapefruit, magnolia flower and patchouli.
“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.” Johan Bergelin, Founder & Creative Director
Notes: 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