Champagne Perrier Jouët Grand Brut
The heir apparent to the style of Perrier-Jouët.
"The Jouët Grand Brut Cuvee Perrier is the perfect style of Maison introduction."
Hervé Deschamps , chef de caves.
Assembly of fifty Crus different, Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut it is a true reflection of the quality and diversity of the wine tradition of the Maison. This assemblage is the balance between consistency of style Perrier-Jouët and the effects of the climatology of the year. With the addition of between a 12 and 20% of reserve wines, the cuvée Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut is dominated by elegance and finesse of Chardonnay (20%) from the best vineyards of the Côte des Blancs. The delicacy of its structure comes from the Pinot Noir (40%) harvested mainly in the Montagne de Reims and Vallée de la Marne, but also in the best Crus of the region
Dawn, as Les Riceys. The Pinot Meunier (40%) the Vallée de la Marne brings harmony, a fruity character and roundness to the wine.
Pairing Perrier-Jouët Grand combines perfectly with dishes like carpaccio of fish or white meat Brut. Its cheerful liveliness is complemented perfectly with the crisp vegetables and the tofu.
Gold medal in the category of Champagne Brut – GILBERT ET GAILLARD, 2016
Tasting notes: PERRIER JOUËT – PERRIER JOUËT GRAND BRUT (CHAMPAGNE)
- View: Mantle pale, of yellow brightness, and suggestive vivacity.
- Nose: Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut is a delicate wine, elegant and balanced. The surprising freshness
and vivacity of its floral aromas and fruity (yellow fruits and fresh fruit) take body before give way to a subtle notes of vanilla and butter, giving to this wine a fruity character and consistent. Notes of red plum, lemon and bergamot shimmer before giving the prominence to the flowers of fruit trees such as lime and honeysuckle. Then, emerge notes of butter, magdalena and sugar avainillado. A few lingering flashes of grapefruit, white peach, green pear, apple and hazelnut green rounded your taste.
- Mouth: Its amplitude and vivacity are balanced in the mouth, displaying some nuances of round and
vinous elegance. Champagne, fresh and well balanced with a long final.
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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