Perrier-Jouët - Grand Brut

89 points - The Wine Advocate

Regular price €43.20 Inc Vat
€57.60/l
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"The latest release of Perrier-Jouët's NV Grand Brut bursts from the glass with an expressive bouquet of ripe pears, citrus oil, crisp white peach and freshly baked bread. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and textural, it's ample and enveloping, with a generous core of sun-kissed fruit, a delicate mousse and a nicely defined, delicately sweet finish." - William Kelley
Country: France
Region: Champagne
Producer: Perrier-Jouët
Style: Brut

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