Perrier-Jouët is one of the most prestigious champagne houses in the world. A rare cuvée found in only a few select outlets, Belle Epoque Rosé is first and foremost the expression of a delicate, elegant wine style, the hallmark of a champagne House with almost two centuries of heritage. Like its sister cuvée Belle Epoque, this rosé version features the anemone design created in 1902 by master glassmaker Emile Gallé. Here, however, the bottle is of clear glass, laid bare with only the floral motif for cover.
Appearance: Light, bright salmon pink with traces of yellow. Nose: Delicate, floral and fruited. Peonies followed by red berries (strawberries, raspberries). Citrus fruit (orange, pink grapefruit), pomegranate Palate: Fresh and refined attack, subtly crisp. Notes of fresh pomegranate and pink grapefruit. Rounded, smooth, harmoniously full-bodied. Silky finish of good length.