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Belle Époque Blanc de Blancs Vintage 2006 Bottle (0.75L) | Wooden Case

Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Blanc de Blancs Vintage 2006 Bottle Gift Box is the quintessence of Chardonnay, floral and complex : a beautiful and rare cuvée.

 

 

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    Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs is not only the rarest Perrier-Jouët cuvée, but also the most emblematic. It embodies the 200 years of expertise of the House to reveal all the facets of its signature grape variety, Chardonnay. An exceptional champagne with golden highlights, whose freshness and purity precede a finish of generous floral notes. Sourced from just two legendary parcels of vines, Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs is the expression of a single grape variety, a single terroir and a single year. Presented in its luxurious box, Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Blanc de Blancs champagne will be ideal for all your gift-giving occasions.
    Read more :
    Vintage 2006: 2006 was a good year in Champagne, close to perfection. A heat wave in July was followed by cooler temperatures just before the first grapes arrived in August. This allowed the grapes to rest before the Indian summer brought them to ideal ripeness. During the harvest, the Chardonnay from the Bouron Leroi and Bouron du Midi plots achieved the ideal balance between sugar, acidity and purity of floral aromas. The conditions were particularly favourable for Chardonnay. Ripe bunches, with a beautiful aromatic richness and vinosity, allowed us to produce a wine of exceptional finesse and generosity. Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Blanc de Blancs is a 100% Chardonnay cuvée, made only from two small parcels of the House vineyard – Bouron Leroi and Bouron du Midi – located in Cramant, one of the most renowned villages of the prestigious Côte des Blancs and classified as Grand Cru. These two renowned parcels covering only 6.8 hectares were the first to be acquired by Perrier-Jouët in the mid-19th century. At that time, Charles Perrier, the son of the founders, drew on his solid knowledge of viticulture and his expertise in the terroirs of the Champagne region to identify their potential to maximise the yield of the best Chardonnays. Indeed, Bouron Leroi and Bouron du Midi bring together the criteria necessary to reveal the unique floral character of Chardonnay. Situated in the middle of a gentle slope facing south-east, these plots benefit from an ideal exposure to the first rays of sunshine and their limestone soils maintain a constant level of humidity throughout the year. The small size of these prestigious plots and Perrier-Jouët’s meticulous approach to viticulture limit the number of grapes produced each year to a small quantity. A vintage is only created in years when conditions are close to perfection. Thus, no vintage of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs exceeds 40,000 bottles.
    To the eye

    A beautiful golden colour, shiny and sparkling with subtle green highlights. Exceptionally fine bubbles.

    On the nose

    Pure and intense aromas of white flowers - acacia, hawthorn, lilac and elderberry - complemented by subtle notes of honey, poached pear, pineapple and candied lemon. Notes of vanilla, hazelnut milk and brioche.

    In the mouth

    Delicious crispness in the mouth, fresh but never aggressive. The wine is full and rich, with a long, silky and elegant finish.

    Food & champagne pairings

    Ideal pairings: Spider crab, Passion fruit, Mushrooms.

    Ideal operating temperature

    Serve around 12°C

    Potential of keeping

    Like all wines, champagne can be kept for varying lengths of time, depending on the type. Under optimal storage conditions, champagne can be kept for 1 to 2 years for Brut cuvées, and up to 4/5 years or even longer for vintage and prestige champagnes. Whatever happens, rest assured that you'll never be able to open your champagne too early, as the Champagne Houses only release their cuvées when they have reached perfect ripeness and are ready for immediate consumption.

    Assembly :
    100% Chardonnay.
    Vinification :
    While each vintage has its own character reflecting the unique conditions of a particular year, all vintages share common characteristics due to the fact that they share the same provenance and are made with the same care. In particular, a minimum of 6 years’ ageing on the lees helps to reveal the floral complexity of this wine.
    Dosage :
    8 g/liter

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