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Rosé Champagne / Champagne AOC / 12,5 % vol
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 10 Special Cuvée

CHAMPAGNE PERRIER JOUËT - BELLE EPOQUE ROSE 2010

0,75 L Rosé Champagne / Champagne AOC / 12,5 % vol

Belle Époque Vintage Rosé represents delicacy, richness and voluptuousness. A Champagne of great intensity and finesse!
Created only in years when the conditions are ideal, this Champagne is produced in small quantities. An exception to be able to taste it and discover its aromatic richness. The flavours of the Pinot Noir are complemented by the floral side of the Chardonnay which brings that characteristic touch of the Perrier-Jouët house. A roundness and tasty notes of peony and wild strawberries, leading to a long and persistent finish. A delightful, atypical and decisive tasting!
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CHAMPAGNE PERRIER JOUËT - BELLE EPOQUE ROSE 2010
  Champagne Type
Special Cuvée
  Vintage
2010
  Grape Variety
45% Chardonnay, 50% Pinot noir, 5% Pinot meunier
  Character
Floral
  Style
Floral
  Service Temperature
12°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  To drink until
2028
  Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Starter, Fish, Shellfish & Crustaceans, Poultry, Fruity dessert


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CHAMPAGNE PERRIER-JOUËT

In 1811, Pierre-Nicolas Perrier, a cork manufacturer in his own state married Adèle Jouët in Epernay. Their union sealed the birth of the Perrier-Jouët trading house. In 1854, Perrier-Jouët produced the first brut champagne in history (under the impetus of his son Charles), but it was also the first house to mention the vintage and the year of harvest on the label. Thanks to its fame, Perrier-Jouët became the official supplier of Queen Victoria but also of the Court of Napoleon III and the royal families of Sweden and Belgium. Following the example of the master craftsmen who pass on their secrets of manufacture to each other, seven cellar masters have succeeded one another and have given priority to quality over quantity in order to succeed in preserving the treasures of the House, such as the 1825 cuvée, which is the oldest known vintage in Champagne.

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