£338.56/ 0.75 L btl
Champagne Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Blanc de Blancs 2006
|Alcohol content i||12.5%|
|Bottle size and vintage||0.75 L - 2006|
Adorned with the Japanese white anemone, a motif created for the house in 1902 by Émile Gallé, master of Art Nouveau, the Belle Époque Blanc de Blancs cuvée from Perrier-Jouët is the rarest and most emblematic of the house. Proudly embodying 200 years of illustrious know-how, this champagne is made from a single historical terroir, a single grape variety and a single year.
With a total area of 6.8 hectares, Bouron Leroi and Bouron du Midi are the first two plots acquired by the house in the middle of the 19th century. Located in Cramant on limestone soil and facing south-east, this semi-hillside terroir classified Grand Cru reveals all the potential and the aromatic nuances of a flagship grape variety of Champagne, Chardonnay.
2006 is an exceptional year in Champagne. The month of July is marked by strong heat which gives way to cooler conditions in August, followed by an Indian summer before the harvest. These optimal conditions for ripeness made it possible to harvest grapes with a perfect balance between sugar, acidity and aromatic purity.
Caviare / Lobster / Scallops
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 7ºC and 9ºC
- ViewPale yellow / Greenish glints / Fine and persistent bubbles
- Bouquet:Higly aromatic / Delicate / White flowers / Yellow fruits / Candied orange / Vanilla
- Mouth:Fresh / Mineral / Delicate / With body
With over two centuries of history behind them, Perrier-Jouët champagnes are special for the significant proportion of Chardonnay in their blend, collected from the best Côte des Blancs hillsides. Aged in 10 km of underground cellars dug directly into the limestone lands, Perrier-Jouët champagnes are exceptional ones; subtle, seductive, first class champagnes, renowned around the world for their timeless floral elegance. The maison has 65 hectares spread over five of the...