The House’s rarest and most precious cuvée
The quintessence of the Perrier-Jouët terroir, in its purest form.
Colour: A pale yellow hue, luminous and enticing, with fine bubbles.
Nose: Fragrances of astonishing richness, a delicate and elegant complexity. The initial aromas of white flowers (hawthorn) are subtly accentuated by hints of citrus (lemon, zest of candied grapefruit, bergamot orange). Mineral (chalky) notes unfurl across the Acacia honey.
Palate: In the mouth, the sensation is candid and round, with pleasantly balanced sugary notes, all in vibrant harmony. The delicate texture offers up a wide range of aromas: flowers, citrus and tropical fruits (grapefruit and fresh ginger). Roundness and charm complete the tasting for a fine long finish.
The simple purity of the Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs is sufficient: nothing else is required for a full sensory experience. However, a selection of delicate mises en bouche flavoured with Szechuan pepper or a few grains of rare caviar will render the tasting of this rare cuvée simply sublime.