Champagne Perrier Jouët Belle Epoque Brut
A perfect harmony between the character of an exceptional and the quintessence of the floral style, and stylish diamond wheel which always makes gala the Maison Perrier-Jouët. A bottle out of the ordinary designed in 1902 by Émile Gallé, one of the most famous creators of the Art Nouveau movement. The spiral of japanese anemones, representation of the floral style of the Maison Perrier-Jouët, and genuine tribute to nature as a source of inspiration. Belle Epoque and its iconic anemones maintain their splendor with the passage of time, thus reflecting the constant renewal of the link between the Maison and the Art Nouveau.
Faithful to the artistic approach of the Maison, the Chef de Caves oversees the production of each vintage Belle Epoque as a unique work of art, made with the first cuvée from vineyards of Grand Cru (100%) and joining 30 wines in a single stroke to ensure all its fineness and elegance. The wines are selected one by one and mix them accurately and harmoniously to preserve each and every one of its nuances. Second fermentation in bottle and ageing of a minimum of five years in underground cellars at a controlled temperature. Getting Belle Époque reflects multiple aromas with elegance and finesse.
Tasting notes: PERRIER JOUËT – PERRIER JOUËT BELLE EPOQUE BRUT (CHAMPAGNE)
- View: Belle Epoque presents golden, bright with subtle green reflections.
- Nose: The fragrances of white fruit —white peach, lemon, pear and grapes— give way to some subtle nuances of pineapple and fresh flowers of spring, to result in a few rich aromas of walnut, marzipan and sweet spices.
- Mouth: An attack that is alive and a minerality as round as it is elegant, sensual and silky, Belle Epoque champagne is a taste harmonious and delicately balanced. Refined and with a long finish in the mouth.
Unwavering constancy of style. Unique style, recognized for its timeless elegance floral.
Epernay, 1811: the wedding of Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Adèle Jouët, illuminates the birth of the Maison Perrier-Jouët. Characterized since its origins by a requirement without compromise, the Maison was a pioneer in the field of traceability and the fight against counterfeiting. Perrier-Jouët was the first Champagne House that exhibited the vintage on their bottles, tradition that has taken many other after. On the other hand, as has happened on several occasions, if the harvest is not at the height of the expectations, the Maison puts forward the quality and disposes of the production. The quality is the only commitment. Some wines, made in years especially unique, are selected and entrusted to the silence of its cellars.
And, while each of these vintages has a character of its own and distinctive, all without exception illustrate the excellence of the vineyards of Perrier-Jouët. Is there, in the garden of Eden, where we keep our add's oldest champagne: Perrier-Jouët 1825.
This pursuit of perfection guarantees Perrier-Jouët, a place of exception in the tables most distinguished. It is the case of the royal courts of Napoleon III or Queen Victoria, among others. Since the Princess Grace of Monaco declared the bottle of champagne with the iconic anemones was your favorite, Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque takes accompanied the Rose ball for many years.
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