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Perrier-Jouet Belle Epoque Blanc

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Perrier-Jouet Belle Epoque Blanc

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Nick Stock (2004 Vintage) says
One of the most famous bottles with its distinctive floral decoration, this is looking very bright and tidy in 2004. There's a wealth of deep-set complexity on the nose: citrus peel and pith, some honey and grilled nuts too. The palate's authoritative and very powerfully savoury, commanding flavours of cashew and almond; some brioche and stone fruits to close. A majestic Champagne.
The Good Wine Guide 2012
95
Matt Skinner (2002 Vintage) says
With its iconic Art Nouveau bottle, Belle Epoque continues to be an essay in elegance, finesse and control. An almost equal parts split of chardonnay and pinot noir with a tiny shot of pinot meunier making up the numbers, expect a nose of ripe citrus, fresh-baked bread, marzipan and spice, while in your mouth terrific drive and intensity is kept well checked by lots of stylish little bubbles and a long, dry finish. Drink it with freshly shucked oysters.
Matt Skinner's Wine Guide 2011
Nick Stock (1999 Vintage) says
Perhaps the most instantly recognisable champagne bottle in the world, yet how many have sipped this special fizz? It's spicy, symphonic and layered, packed with restrained, refined chardonnay character, some ripe red fruits too. Sizzles with intensity in the mouth, cutting precise lines of flavour, finishing with orchestral, toasty complexity.
The Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide 2010 2009
95
Nick Stock (1998 Vintage) says
Perhaps the most instantly recognisable champagne bottle in the world, yet how many have sipped this special fizz? It's a stunner in the glass, symphonic and layered, restrained, refined and pure chardonnay aromas. Sizzles with intensity in the mouth, cutting precise lines of flavour.
Good Australian Wine Guide 2009 2008
95

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