Perrier Jouët "Grand Brut" Champagne

SKU #100018 91 points Wine Spectator

 Elegant and finely balanced, with a subtle vein of smoky minerality underscoring juicy poached apple, candied lemon zest, gingersnap and honey notes. A fine aperitif. Drink now through 2016.  (11/2013)

Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Light yellow, with a faint reflection of green. Lemon, lime and fresh pear on the spice-tinged nose. Dry and nervy, offering tangy citrus fruit flavors and a touch of white pepper. Shows good clarity and bite on the finish, which leaves a bitter quinine note behind. On the tight side for this bottling and well-suited to simply adorned or even raw fish and shellfish.  (12/2013)

Wine & Spirits

 Creamy and round, this is on the soft side of Brut. The sweetness of the dosage makes it easy to sip at a celebration.  (12/2012)

Wine Enthusiast

 *Best Buy* In the elegant style of Perrier-Jouët, this is rich and stylish, showing attractive toast, with a touch of sweet apple. This standard nonvintage has some richness, while maintaining its strong, fresh quality.  (12/2012)

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By: KLF | Review Date: 5/20/2010
Just plain excellent every time. This is my go-to $30ish NV Champagne, because it pairs well with so many foods and whoever I serve it to loves it too.

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