A centuries- old tradition that of the French winery Perrier Jouet , founded in 1811 and which over the years has seen only 7 chefs de cave follow one another, custodians of the maison's taste.
The "Belle Epoque" is the Champagne symbol of this winery, a Millesimato of good intensity, lively freshness and extreme elegance , aged on the lees in the bottle for at least 60 months.
This wine comes from a blend composed of 50% Chardonnay , 45% Pinot Noir and the remaining 5% Pinot Meunier , in short, the most suitable crus of Champagne participate in the composition of this jewel that explodes in the glass with perlage consistent but very fine, and a delicate foam .
Multiform and rhythmic complexity , made of mineral lashes, citrus pulp and sweeter nuances that recall acacia honey or French boulangerie, it lines the palate by virtue of a creamy and perfectly balanced tactility, giving a wide and satisfying drink and fades on the trail of a refined minerality , where it is the sapidity that lengthens the memory.
Because the "Belle Epoque" is an extraordinary Champagne , for its ability to combine harmony and richness , to embody with class the unmistakable style of the Maison Perrier Jouet with its centuries-old tradition which over the years has seen a succession of only 7 chefs from quarries, custodians of the maison's taste.
A fine wine with refined scents accompanied by a soft and enveloping sip, in short, this is one of those wines that makes important occasions truly unique .
This Champagne goes perfectly with any fish dish . Fish crudités, first courses, second courses... take out this bottle and the menu will take an unexpected turn, the day couldn't have gone better than this!
To best drink this bottle , let the wine 'breathe' at least 15-30 minutes before serving.
Champagne produced with the Champenoise Method , called Classic Method in Italy, with refermentation in the bottle .
The refinement is at least 60 months on the lees.
The Champagne wine region is what is called the "vineyard of hills" : the vines are mostly planted on the slopes of the hills.
The sides of the coteaux offer each vine optimal sun exposure , allowing rainwater to drain away, thus facilitating water drainage.
The composition of the soil is mainly made up of limestone, chalk and marl .
Gypsum has the property of retaining water by capillary action and its high porosity is a reservoir of water which gives the plant an adequate supply even during the driest summers.