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Champagne Region


Country / Region: Champagne region

Vintage: 2010

Name: AOP Champagne

Grape variety: 40% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir & 30% Pinot Meunier

Alcohol: 12.5 vol.

Color: Rosé

Capacity: 75 cl


Estate rated 1 star in the Guide des Meilleurs Vins de France 2022 (RVF)
RVF Guide 2022 : 92/100
Robert Parker : 91/100
Wine rated 97/100 by our Committee !


Rich and smooth, the 2010 Belle Epoque Rosé presents a beautiful fruity and rich dimension, and an intense palate with a lot of volume. The great delicacy of the structure, the remarkable aromatic finesse, the tender persistence: everything contributes to a great Champagne rosé! Noted 97/100 by the Committee.


Hand harvested, alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in thermoregulated stainless steel tanks.
Aged for a minimum of 6 years in the cellar.
Dosage : 8 g/l.


Pale pink with coppery reflections and fine bubbles.


Beautiful aromas of red fruits, currant, raspberry and pomegranate haloed by notes of blood orange and grapefruit, all finely mixed with touches of caramel, honey and brioche.


Gourmand and suave, this wine of great delicacy offers a palate of beautiful and ample tecture, with a tender persistence and an exemplary aromatic finesse!


Serve between 8 and 10°C.

Food and wine pairing:

Aperitif, lobster, scampi, strawberry charlotte.

Cellar aging:

From now until 2023

Since 1811, the Perrier-Jouët House has perpetuated an inimitable floral and complex style thanks to an invaluable heritage of vines, almost entirely located in Grands Crus and with a strong emphasis on Chardonnay.

The most iconic champagne of the range, the Belle Epoque wine is one of the jewels of the Champagne region. Launched in white in 1969 - with the 1964 vintage - this champagne is recognizable among all thanks to its silk-screened bottle enhanced by a delicate flight of Japanese anemones, created for the House of Perrier-Jouët by the master of Art Nouveau, Emile Gallé, in 1902.