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Belle Epoque Rosé
Belle Epoque Rosé Characteristics
It is painstakingly cultivated according to a tradition that has been handed down at Perrier-Jouët for two hundred years. The craftsmanship required for the blending of rosé cuvées is even finer.
Every vintage is given a magical aura by an exceptional clear glass bottle. The Japanese anemones designed by Emile Gallé, one of the renowned creators of the Art Nouveau movement, look even more graceful on the delicate colour of the wine.
Belle Epoque Rosé 2002
White flowers, orange blossom, old rose, wild strawberry, strawberry coulis, jam, raspberries and small red fruits, vanilla and honey. The aromatic richness is typical of Belle Epoque Rosé 2002.
A smooth and finely chiselled, subtle and rich wine, with myriad floral notes and a long finish, to be enjoyed as an aperitif, throughout the evening, or with a gourmet meal such as grilled langouste. A truly sensual experience.
Belle Epoque Rosé 2004
After vinification, he preserves the wines separately, cru by cru, until blending, to be able to play with the precise subtleties of the different terroirs. The Cramant and Avize Grand Crus Chardonnay dominates the blend, while the red Pinots Noirs give the wine its subtlety.
Hervé Deschamps selected them to present the Chardonnays in all their finesse and elegance. After six years' ageing in Perrier-Jouët's cellars, this genuinely "diamond-cut" blend has developed a balanced, lingering aromatic richness.
Belle Epoque Rosé 2004 has a wealth of harmonious flavours, including peony, fresh red fruit and citrus. The cuvée Belle Epoque Rosé 2004 is the height of elegance at a drinks party or reception, and will be excellent with a gourmet meal.
A genuine sensorial, aromatic experience.