• PERRIER JOUET

    BELLE EPOQUE CHAMPAGNE

    FRANCE

    “Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque is characterised by harmony,” says Séverine Frerson. “Harmony in the blend, of course, which combines Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in almost equal proportions, but also harmony over time. This is a majestic cuvée which maintains its style and philosophy as it ages.”

    APPEARANCE

    Bright gold colour

    AROMA

    Poise, harmony and elegance combine to captivate the senses, with its bright gold colour and subtle sparkle an inviting prelude to rich nuances of white flowers and white-fleshed fruit

    FINISH

    A long, expansive finish testifies to the rare quality of this exceptional champagne.

    • Alcohol/Volume

      12%

    • Size

      75cl, 150cl & 300cl

  • PERRIER JOUET

    BELLE EPOQUE ROSE CHAMPAGNE

    FRANCE

    Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé champagne is the House’s deliciously unexpected interpretation of the genre. A rare and precious vintage rosé champagne whose demure, pale apricot hue belies its extravagantly sensual personality, which is characterised by alluring notes of white flowers and small red fruit.

    APPEARANCE

    Delicate in appearance yet extravagant in taste.

    AROMA

    Unleashes fragrant aromas of white flowers and wild strawberries.

    PALATE

    Lively and fresh.

    FINISH

    With a long, lingering finish.

    • Alcohol/Volume

      12.5%

    • Size

      75cl

  • PERRIER-JOUËT

    GRAND BRUT CHAMPAGNE

    FRANCE

    HISTORY: Perrier-Jouët was founded in 1811 by Pierre Nicolas Perrier and Adele Jouët. The combination of their expertise, resulting from tradition, an exceptional vineyard and a labour of love, allows a “House” style to be created with a unique floral tone, which is handed down from one Cellar Master to the next.

    Resolutely pioneering, Perrier-Jouët made its first shipment of wines to England in 1815. In 1856, in order to satisfy his British clients, Charles Perrier, who succeeded his father, produced the first “dry” champagne, which resulted in the creation of “Brut” champagne.

    In 1888, during an auction at Christie’s, Perrier-Jouët became the most expensive champagne in the world, achieving unprecedented record prices with the legendary Perrier-Jouët 1874.

    Passionate about art, the Champagne House was inspired by the work of Emile Gallé, a renowned master of Art Nouveau, and in 1902 entrusted him with the task of creating a unique decoration for its premium magnums. The famous white anemone decoration was then adopted for the well-known Belle Epoque vintage.

    KNOW-HOW

    Perrier-Jouët owns 65 hectares of vineyards classified as 99.2% on the échelle des crus classification of champagne vineyards, which means that each of the House’s vineyards is classed almost exclusively as Grands Crus.

    An elegant and refined grape variety, floral and feminine, Chardonnay is Perrier-Jouët’s distinctive signature wine.

    Only seven Cellar Masters have succeeded one another over two centuries at Perrier-Jouët, each one trained by his master, just as craftsmen hand down the secrets of their art from father to son. The current Cellar Master, Hervé Deschamps, is the guardian of this precious know-how.

    Since its inception, Perrier-Jouët has only produced small volumes. Successive Cellar Masters have been able to preserve the House’s historic treasures, such as Perrier-Jouët 1825, the oldest champagne vintage currently in existence.

    GRAND BRUT
    Perrier-Jouët is the first Champagne House to have created a dry champagne, which led to the birth of the famous Brut in 1856. A direct descendant of this tradition, the most widely-drunk wine in the world, Grand Brut exemplifies the House style: floral, elegant and chiselled.

    GRAPE

    Chardonnay (20%), Pinot Meunier (40%), Pinot Noir (40%)

    APPEARANCE

    Yellow, soft and luminous.

    AROMA

    Complex and sensitive, delicate fruity aromas of lemon, orange and exotic fruits. Subtle notes of vanilla and butter.

    PALATE

    Smooth and perfectly balanced on the palate, full bodied and a long finish.

    • Alcohol/Volume

      12%

    • Size

      37.5cl, 75cl & 150cl

       

  • PERRIER JOUET

    BLASON ROSE CHAMPAGNE

    FRANCE

    Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé is the exception among Perrier-Jouët champagnes – a cuvée in which the delicate floral nuances of Chardonnay grapes are complemented by the rich flavours provided by a high proportion of Pinot Noir. Lusciously full and round on the palate, with characteristic notes of red and black fruit, it nevertheless retains a delicacy typical of Maison Perrier-Jouët. Above all, Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé Champagne offers delicious proof of the House’s enduring ability to surprise and to delight.

    COMPOSITION

    25% Chardonnay

    50% Pinot Noir

    25% Meunier

    RESERVE WINES

    Up to 15%

    DOSAGE

    8-10 grams per litre

    MINIMUM AGEING

    Three years

    BEST SERVED TEMPERATURE

    Around 10-12°C

    APPEARANCE

    Fulfilling the promise of its alluring appearance

    AROMA

    Unleashes intense aromas of ripe red and black fruit – strawberry, raspberry and blackberry – complemented by a hint of exotic pomegranate.

    PALATE

    Lush and lively on the palate.

    FINISH

    It lingers into a full, generous finish.

    • Alcohol/Volume

      12%

    • Size

      75cl

  • G.H. MUMM

    CORDON ROUGE BRUT CHAMPAGNE

    FRANCE

    HISTORY: Descended from a family of barons and knights dating back to the 12th century and vineyard owners since 1761, the Mumm family founded the champagne house of the same name in 1827.

    In 1875, Georges Hermann Mumm, the son of one of the founders, created Mumm Cordon Rouge, which became an icon throughout the world, and the symbol of G.H. MUMM’s excellence and know-how.

    A tireless traveller, a scholar and a visionary, he made his way across Europe and around the world, propelling the House to the top of the market. By 1900, no fewer than 20 points of sale had been opened in countries such as the United States, Russia and Canada, as well as Brazil and Peru.

    KNOW-HOW

    G.H. MUMM has a 218 hectare vineyard, including 160 Grand Cru category hectares. The House’s estate covers eight of the Champagne region’s most famous vineyards: Aÿ, Bouzy, Ambonnay, Verzy, Verzenay and Mailly for Pinot Noirs, and Avize and Cramant for Chardonnays.

    From the beginning, G.H. MUMM has ensured control over the quality of the grapes used in order to guarantee the consistency and excellence of its champagnes.

    G.H. MUMM has patented several high-tech processes, all helping to ensure the quality of its wines. In addition to being one of the first to achieve ISO 9000 certification in 1995, G.H. MUMM is the only champagne house to hold triple certification in Quality, Safety & Environment, obtained in 2009.

    Since 1827, the G.H. MUMM style has been built on a subtle balance between freshness and intensity, carried forward by the House’s unbroken line of 12 Cellar Masters. Following in the footsteps of his predecessors, Didier Mariotti, the current Cellar Master, strives to faithfully express the G.H. MUMM style in respecting the character and authenticity of each vineyard, cultivating a balance between tradition and innovation.

    To obtain its precisely matured wines, G.H. MUMM insists on a longer ageing period and six to eight grams of liqueur de dosage to allow the wines to fully express their character.

    It’s a constant quest for excellence, illustrated by the development of a collection of Grand Crus for the most discerning connoisseurs.

    CORDON ROUGE

    Symbolising the excellence and know-how of the House since its founding, the Cordon Rouge vintage is a complex blend of over 77 wines. G.H. MUMM Cordon Rouge offers a consistent style and a subtle balance between freshness and intensity.

    GRAPE

    Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir

    APPEARANCE

    Brightly sparkling, light golden yellow liquid with an abundance of fine and elegant bubbles

    AROMA

    Initial aromas of ripe fresh fruit, tropical notes, smooth fragrances of vanilla and caramel, breadcrumbs and yeast

    PALATE

    Fresh and a strong persistence. Complex aromas of fresh fruits and caramel

    • Alcohol/Volume

      12%

    • Size

      75cl, 150cl & 300cl

       

  • G.H. MUMM

    ROSE BRUT CHAMPAGNE

    FRANCE

    HISTORY: Descended from a family of barons and knights dating back to the 12th century and vineyard owners since 1761, the Mumm family founded the champagne house of the same name in 1827.

    In 1875, Georges Hermann Mumm, the son of one of the founders, created Mumm Cordon Rouge, which became an icon throughout the world, and the symbol of G.H. MUMM’s excellence and know-how.

    A tireless traveller, a scholar and a visionary, he made his way across Europe and around the world, propelling the House to the top of the market. By 1900, no fewer than 20 points of sale had been opened in countries such as the United States, Russia and Canada, as well as Brazil and Peru.

    KNOW-HOW

    G.H. MUMM has a 218 hectare vineyard, including 160 Grand Cru category hectares. The House’s estate covers eight of the Champagne region’s most famous vineyards: Aÿ, Bouzy, Ambonnay, Verzy, Verzenay and Mailly for Pinot Noirs, and Avize and Cramant for Chardonnays.

    From the beginning, G.H. MUMM has ensured control over the quality of the grapes used in order to guarantee the consistency and excellence of its champagnes.

    G.H. MUMM has patented several high-tech processes, all helping to ensure the quality of its wines. In addition to being one of the first to achieve ISO 9000 certification in 1995, G.H. MUMM is the only champagne house to hold triple certification in Quality, Safety & Environment, obtained in 2009.

    Since 1827, the G.H. MUMM style has been built on a subtle balance between freshness and intensity, carried forward by the House’s unbroken line of 12 Cellar Masters. Following in the footsteps of his predecessors, Didier Mariotti, the current Cellar Master, strives to faithfully express the G.H. MUMM style in respecting the character and authenticity of each vineyard, cultivating a balance between tradition and innovation.

    To obtain its precisely matured wines, G.H. MUMM insists on a longer ageing period and six to eight grams of liqueur de dosage to allow the wines to fully express their character.

    It’s a constant quest for excellence, illustrated by the development of a collection of Grand Crus for the most discerning connoisseurs.

    LE ROSE

    The famous rose that adorns its cap was designed by the Franco-Japanese painter Leonard Foujita. G.H. MUMM Rosé is vinified according to the same processes as G.H. MUMM Cordon Rouge, but differs through the addition of red wines from renowned villages of the Champagne region.

    GRAPE

    Pinot Noir (60%), Pinot Meunier (18%), Chardonnay (22%)

    APPEARANCE

    Bright pink, pale yellow dyes

    AROMA

    Develops a rich, intense, intense aromas in which red highlights. The slight presence of caramel and vanilla are a reminder of the influence of red cord

    PALATE

    The attack is lively and perfectly balanced, reflecting the strong personality of Pinot Noir. The long end is characterized by the power and elegance

    • Alcohol/Volume

      12%

    • Size

      75cl