2000 Perrier Jouët "Fleur de Champagne Belle Epoque" Brut Champagne

SKU #1054916 93 points Wine Spectator

 This is maturing, hitting toast, coffee, roasted hazelnut, saline and mineral flavors. Refined and beautifully integrated, featuring a silky texture and a vibrant structure, with a fine, truffle-infused aftertaste. (BS)  (12/2010)

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By: Sonny G | Review Date: 10/25/2010
Lovely pale gold color...the nose is extremely complex; honeysuckle, some melon, a bit of toast, and just a whisper of anise...

Big fruit flavors on the palate; melon, green apple, citrus...some honey...all held together by a very pleasant creamyness...bubbles are small, but not quite as "present" as I would expect from a tete de cuvee , it actually almost reminds me of a cremant...but still extremely pleasant due to a nearly perfect acidity...

The finish is long, and extremely pleasant...it's creamy with a definite green apple crispness, a certain floral quality, and a bit of peach...

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