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The Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque 2007 Champagne

By Victor Baker


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Belle Epoque 2007

The renowned champagne maker Perrier-Jouët has recently unveiled their latest vintage bubbly of the House’s acclaimed prestige cuvée, the Belle Epoque 2007. Already described as a crystalline vintage, this bubbly from 2007 will probably become one of the most desirable champagnes of the Belle Epoque cuvée.

Aged for exactly six years in the Perrier-Jouët cellars before disgorgement, when it was given a light dosage of 9g/l, the 2007 Belle Epoque cuvée is a wonderful mix of 50% Chardonnay from Cramant, Avize and Chouilly, 45% Pinot Noirs from Mailly, Verzy and Aÿ, as well as 5% Pinot Meunier from Dizy.

This unique blend resulted in an elegant and fresh sparkling wine featuring minerality and floral notes, as well as ripe fruit aromas as a finishing touch of the cuvée.

Belle Epoque remains the iconic expression of Perrier-Jouët’s floral, stylish and luxurious style, benefiting from two centuries of history and a big legacy in the art of vintage. This beautifully elegant bubbly resembles the bottle that was first designed by Emile Gallé in 1902.

Belle Epoque 2007

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