Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne Blend NV (375ml)

Ratings on Delectable

Rob Brobst III Delectable Pro

Yep

Yep

9.3

Meg Herring Delectable Pro

Biscuity and fruity. Great value.

Biscuity and fruity. Great value.

8.9

Mark Eastom Delectable Pro

Great stuff. Brioche, pear, toast and great acid. Elisabeth is in town!

Great stuff. Brioche, pear, toast and great acid. Elisabeth is in town!

9.0

Jay Eagan Delectable Pro

Good addition to a great roof top brunch.

Good addition to a great roof top brunch.

8.9

Rob B Delectable Pro

Two bottles is better than one!

Two bottles is better than one!

9.0

Sipping Fine Wine Delectable Pro

Had this a while ago and wanted to try again. Perrier-Jouët, founded in 1811 in Epernay by Pierre-Nicolas-Marie Perrier and his wife, Adele Jouët. The firm began shipping wine to Great Britain in 1813 and to the United States by 1837. Bright straw with fine mousse and tiny bubbles, stone fruit and citrus aromas. The palate shows complex fresh fruit, vivid acidity, perfect balance on lingering finish ending with a yeasty mineral touch. Great value! A fav! Very nice!

Had this a while ago and wanted to try again. Perrier-Jouët, founded in 1811 in Epernay by Pierre-Nicolas-Marie Perrier and his wife, Adele Jouët. The firm began shipping wine to Great Britain in 1813 and to the United States by 1837. Bright straw with fine mousse and tiny bubbles, stone fruit and citrus aromas. The palate shows complex fresh fruit, vivid acidity, perfect balance on lingering finish ending with a yeasty mineral touch. Great value! A fav! Very nice!

9.1

Sipping Fine Wine Delectable Pro

Perrier-Jouët, founded in 1811 in Epernay by Pierre-Nicolas-Marie Perrier and his wife, Adele Jouët. The firm began shipping wine to Great Britain in 1813 and to the United States by 1837. Light straw with fine mousse and tiny bubbles, stone fruit and citrus aromas. On the palate complex fresh fruit, lively acidity, good balance, lingering finish ending with a yeasty mineral touch. Great value! A fav!

Perrier-Jouët, founded in 1811 in Epernay by Pierre-Nicolas-Marie Perrier and his wife, Adele Jouët. The firm began shipping wine to Great Britain in 1813 and to the United States by 1837. Light straw with fine mousse and tiny bubbles, stone fruit and citrus aromas. On the palate complex fresh fruit, lively acidity, good balance, lingering finish ending with a yeasty mineral touch. Great value! A fav!

9.2

Andy Wigginton Delectable Pro

Nice crisp fruit. Very clean. Nutty notes make for a nice interesting bubbly.

Nice crisp fruit. Very clean. Nutty notes make for a nice interesting bubbly.

9.1

Rick Baumgarten Delectable Pro

Always pleasing. Does not have the depth of the vintages from the prestige houses, but then it is NV and priced accordingly.

Always pleasing. Does not have the depth of the vintages from the prestige houses, but then it is NV and priced accordingly.

9.1

Meg Maker Delectable Pro

Wine Writer, Maker's Table

Ethereally pale with fine-textured, quiet bubbles that spirit an intoxicating perfume of jasmine, yellow apple, pear, pistachio, biscuit, and flint. The wine’s smooth, creamy mousse flares open to reveal green apple, lime peel, crème frâiche, and pear nectar. This wine is intricate and ever-changing, shifting between toast and fruit, nut and flowers, bread and citrus—at once taut and delicately yielding. Give it some air and time, and let it carry you into the New Year, ringing. 80% pinot noir, 20% chardonnay 12% abv | $50 (media sample)

Ethereally pale with fine-textured, quiet bubbles that spirit an intoxicating perfume of jasmine, yellow apple, pear, pistachio, biscuit, and flint. The wine’s smooth, creamy mousse flares open to reveal green apple, lime peel, crème frâiche, and pear nectar. This wine is intricate and ever-changing, shifting between toast and fruit, nut and flowers, bread and citrus—at once taut and delicately yielding. Give it some air and time, and let it carry you into the New Year, ringing. 80% pinot noir, 20% chardonnay 12% abv | $50 (media sample)

9.0

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