With just the right amount of toasty age, this is gorgeous. Its strawberry note is woven into its rich texture, with a flavor of fresh croissant and a final burst of acidity. It could age, but why wait?
Rich ripe bread dough, toast and almond biscuit aromas lead the way. The enticing bouquet is followed by a complex, beautifully balanced baked apple, plum, lemon and orange peel and vanilla palate. This finely tuned wine is bright, yet also warm and smooth with a supple, honey-floral robe. Finishes with tangy spice notes and excellent length.
Ripe, full, and just hinting at maturity, this remains P-J’s flagship Champagne. It’s poised, elegant and fresh, with signs of nuttiness. A vibrant, joyful wine, it continues to live up to its exuberant bottle.
With its distinctive flower bottle, this is an immediately recognizable Champagne, both in its looks and its distinctive Perrier-Jouët elegance. Lively white fruits play with acidity and a tangy backbone of apple skins. Age this for 4–5 years and maybe more.
Soft and round, with more exotic fruit characters. This is ripe, the acidity well integrated. Citrus and toast mix with ripe apricot and pineapple. It exudes the more seductive side of this famous brand, now mature, but still very much alive.
An intense wine that reveals its floral and rich character slowly. It is showing only a slight sign of maturity, and more noticeable are its flavors of crisp apple and citrus, along with bright, tight acidity. It could age well for several more years.