Perrier Jouet


Perrier Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé '06|Vintage Rosé|2006

Descriptors & Texture

Descriptors & Texture


Creamy

Winemaking

Winemaking


Red Wine Pinot Noir Aged 6 Years on Lees

Earth

Earth


Chalk

Foods

Foods


Patisserie Brioche Honey Caramel

Stone Fruit

Stone Fruit


White Peach

Red Fruits

Red Fruits


Raspberry Redcurrant Pomegranate

Epernay

Epernay

What to expect


Champagne Perrier-Jouet Belle Epoque Rose is crafted only in remarkable vintages, and this 2006 is the result of a year of nature’s generosity. It displays a robe of pale rosé with hints of orange and a very lively mousse. On the nose, it offers rounded yet delicate aromas of red fruits (red currants, raspberries and pomegranate), combined with blood orange and grapefruit. This is followed by hints of nuts, brioche, honey and caramel. In the mouth it is initially lively and fresh, yet rich. The palate is intense, generous and powerful, yet delicate, with a beautiful purity of fruit, great finesse and a long, lingering finish.

With grapes sourced from the best terroirs in Cramant, Avize and Le Mesnil, the Chardonnays (50%) bring elegance and floral freshness to the Champagne Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé blend. Generous and rounded, the 2006 vintage combines the elegance of the Chardonnay with the richness of the Pinot Noirs (45%) from Mailly, Aÿ, Verzy and Rilly; and the rounded aromas of red fruits from the Pinot Meuniers from Dizy (5%). Finally, Pinot Noir red wines (11%) from Vertus and Vincelles give the cuvée its subtle and pure rosé hue.

The dosage is 8g/l and the Champagne Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé 2006 was matured for at least six years in the House cellars prior to release.

$299.99

Club Price $284.05 (?)

Descriptors & Texture

Descriptors & Texture


Creamy

Winemaking

Winemaking


Red Wine Pinot Noir Aged 6 Years on Lees

Earth

Earth


Chalk

Foods

Foods


Patisserie Brioche Honey Caramel

Stone Fruit

Stone Fruit


White Peach

Red Fruits

Red Fruits


Raspberry Redcurrant Pomegranate

What to expect


Champagne Perrier-Jouet Belle Epoque Rose is crafted only in remarkable vintages, and this 2006 is the result of a year of nature’s generosity. It displays a robe of pale rosé with hints of orange and a very lively mousse. On the nose, it offers rounded yet delicate aromas of red fruits (red currants, raspberries and pomegranate), combined with blood orange and grapefruit. This is followed by hints of nuts, brioche, honey and caramel. In the mouth it is initially lively and fresh, yet rich. The palate is intense, generous and powerful, yet delicate, with a beautiful purity of fruit, great finesse and a long, lingering finish.

With grapes sourced from the best terroirs in Cramant, Avize and Le Mesnil, the Chardonnays (50%) bring elegance and floral freshness to the Champagne Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé blend. Generous and rounded, the 2006 vintage combines the elegance of the Chardonnay with the richness of the Pinot Noirs (45%) from Mailly, Aÿ, Verzy and Rilly; and the rounded aromas of red fruits from the Pinot Meuniers from Dizy (5%). Finally, Pinot Noir red wines (11%) from Vertus and Vincelles give the cuvée its subtle and pure rosé hue.

The dosage is 8g/l and the Champagne Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé 2006 was matured for at least six years in the House cellars prior to release.

About the house

About the house


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Perrier-Jouët was founded in 1811 by Pierre-Nicolas-Marie Perrier, who added the maiden name of his wife, Adele Jouët, to create the house. Established in the heart of Épernay, Perrier-Jouët quickly began to build an international following from its success in exporting to foreign markets. Early entry to the UK (1815) meant that by 1847 exports represented nearly ninety per cent of House sales. This European success allowed the family to increase their vineyard holdings, hand-picking land in the grand cru villages of Aÿ, Avize, Cramant, Mailly. When replanting vines they focused on chardonnay, bringing the lightness to the Perrier-Jouët wines which is still a characteristic of the wines today. The Maison Belle Epoque in Epernay is the private chateau of the Perrier-Jouët family and houses one of the world’s foremost collections of Art Nouveau masterpieces. A dedicated global campaign to reunite pieces from the Belle Epoque era saw the creation of one of the world’s genuinely unique properties: a living testimony to the era, featuring works from such great Art Nouveau protagonists as Rodin, Toulouse-Lautrec, Lalique, Majorelle and Hector Guimard, creator of the famed Paris Metro iconography. It is home to many original works by Emile Gallé, friend of the House and designer of the original Belle Epoque Anemone bottle in 1902.

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