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Perrier-Jouët, Brut, Non-Vintage, Champagne

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Perrier-Jouët, Brut, Non-Vintage, Champagne


While the whole wine making world makes sparkling wines, but the one sparkler that everyone turns to is Champagne. To be called Champagne the wine has to be made in the Champagne region of France with only the grapes from that region as well. It should be no surprise that most of the world’s Champagne supply is sold right around the New Year holiday.
One top choice is Perrier-Jouët, Brut, Non-Vintage, Champagne. Perrier-Jouët has been produced since 1811. This champagne is pale straw yellow with tiny bubbles rising to the top of the glass. It has lemon and pear aromas with yeasty and nutty notes. The palate has nice crisp citrus, especially lemon and orange. The acidity in the background gets your palate ready to sip even more. A great way to toast to the New Year.
Happy New Year!



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