Cuvèe Royale Brut Joseph Perrier Champagne With case
Cuvèe Royale Brut di Joseph Perrier coming from a careful selection of 20 crus of champagne, and the result of a traditional white grape and red grape assembly, it is distinguished by a delicate golden structure and a finely perlage. A wine of great freshness and elegance, which in the mouth is creamy and enveloping
- Champagne Brut
- Grape variety
- Serving temperature
- 7-9 °C
- Great as an aperitif, it is ideal in combination with fish and seafood dishes
- 0,75 l.
- Golden yellow
- Fine and persistent
- Good, delicate and complex with apple and pear notes
- Fresh attack, plenty of life, and is still flexible, round and refreshing to the finish line
Founded by Joseph Perrier in 1825, this Maison is the symbol of a champenoise tradition of excellence, handed down over the years, from generation to generation. In 1825 the young Joseph Perrier chose an old post office as his home, along the old road to Fagniers, and prepared winemaking and storage in an adjacent bourgeois house with Gallo-Roman cellars carved in chalk, perfect for maturation of wines. Then in 1980 he took over the reins of the Maison Jean-Claude Fourmon, one of Joseph's heirs; today it is his son who manages the property which now consists of 21 hectares of vineyards between Verneuil and Cumières, on the south-facing slopes overlooking the Marne river. In Cumières, in particular, in the sea of vineyards that sway from Hautvillers to the Marne, there are the 9 hectares of property that supply the best grapes of pinot noir and chardonnay for the production of the cuvée de prestige, including the famous Josephine, and of vintage. The heirs of Joseph, who have been following each other from father to son for five generations now, thus reaffirming the family-run character of the company, have gathered a prestigious witness and revive the successes achieved so far. The experience and the "" savoir faire "" determine, then, the high quality of the Perrier products, precious and known all over the world and the strong stylistic identity of the Maison is also due to another element of tradition: the Chef des Caves is Jérôme Dervin, 37-year-old son of Claude, Michel's nephew and great-grandson of Léon, all custodians of assembly secrets from the Maison. To celebrate the 190th anniversary of its splendid family history, in 2015 the Maison created a limited edition box set containing three Vintage Cuvées produced in special years: 1975, 1985 and 1995, which bear the historic label of the 1834 Maison.