The robe touches on an intense yellow. The first bouquet develops floral and fruity aromas, such as magnolia or a hint of candied lemon. These are the Grand Cru Chardonnays of Cramant and Avize, markers of the Perrier-Jouët style, expressing
themselves freely. The bouquet is deliciously flattering. The attack is forthright and fresh, without being aggressive, before
developing a full and generous sensation in the mouth: this is when we speak of the charm of Fleur de Champagne. Like a
symphony, these are the horns that we hear as they appear in the background: we thus turn to the Grand Cru Pinot Noirs of the
north of Montagne de Reims with notes of fruit compote, centred around yellow fruits, avoiding heaviness. We are in the north,
which means that the Pinot Noirs ripened more slowly than the thundering Pinots of the south of the Montagne. A generous
presence in the mouth, vinosity of the blend… These are the results of maturity, such as honey, almond or toasty and grilled
notes, announcing exceptional length. Once again, this is the signature of seven years of ageing in the cellars.