Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut NV Gift Boxed
Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut, the first Brut champagne was created in 1846 Perrier-Jouët by the then Cellar Master to keep their English clients satisfied. He decided to significantly reduce the amount of sugar in his cuvées and so was born the first Brut champagne, the world's most frequently tasted champagne. Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Non-Vintage is a direct heir of this tradition with exceptional quality, subtle with fruity and floral fragrances and comes in an Art Nouveau inspired gift box.
A pale and sparkling yellow robe, suggestive of vivacity Perrier-Jouët Grand Bruthas floral and fruity fragrances, subtle notes of vanilla and butter, notes of cherry plum, lemon and bergamot orange then notes of grapefruit, white peaches, green pears, apple trees and green hazelnuts round off the taste. On the palate, it is bursting with clean citrus flavours, a fresh, balanced champagne with a long finish which makes it pair well with chicken.
How to enjoy
More Information Food Pairing Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms Serving Temp 5 - 10 degrees Standard Drinks 7.1 Alcohol Volume % 12 Diet & Sustainability Sustainably Farmed Variety Champagne Region Epernay Vintage NV Country France Closure Cork Size 750ml Brand Perrier-Jouet
- A well-rounded structure that balances roundness with finesse
- Perfect Drop for your corporate functions
- Perrier-Jouet creates floral, expressive Champagnes with Chardonnay acting as its trademark variety
Paul Gregutt, WineSpectator.com
This is what you expect a prestige Champagne to look, smell and taste like. Poised and stylish, it layers sharp citrus fruit with spicy wood and light toast. Layers of citrus, tangerine and flower blossoms unfold elegantly; lime and grapefruit accents add interest, and above all it comports itself with impeccable balance, precision and grace.
Campbell Mattinson, winefront.com.au
It’s creamy and aldehydic and sweet – rose petals, musk/vanillin, strawberries, cooked apples and fresh toast. It feels absolutely beautiful as it lilts across your tongue, and I could imagine folks really swooning over it.'