Buy Perrier-Jouët Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé NV Champagne (750mL) at Secret Bottle
Buy Perrier-Jouët Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé NV Champagne (750mL) at Secret Bottle

Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé NV Champagne (750mL)

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Aroma & Palate Ripe peach, fresh strawberry, sourdough
Varietal Chardonnay Pinot Noir Rosé Champagne
Style Vibrant & versatile
Our Notes

Pink and the glorious Art Nouveau styles of the Perrier-Jouët range are a great match, and the P-J people have done a great job cooking up a wine that's just as beautiful as the bottle. Like most wines from this house, it's in a light, structured style that's food-friendly even for Brut Champagne.

From The Winemaker

Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé is a rosé that defies every cliché, every stereotype. If you want to try something daring, this is the champagne for you – it will go with you all the way.

Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé was inspired by Maison Perrier-Jouët’s Blason de France prestige cuvées, which were introduced in 1955 and served in some of the world’s finest restaurants. Crafted with gastronomy in mind, its generous, complex flavours can accompany an entire meal, overturning traditional notions that rosés should be reserved for dessert.

Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé is such a wellbalanced, superbly structured wine that lends itself to the most adventurous food pairings. “Try it with a rib of beef on the barbecue – it has the character and the charisma to rise to the occasion,” says Séverine Frerson. Other delicious pairings include duck breast with a blackcurrant sauce.

Your order is dispatched within 1-2 days from our Sydney warehouse.

NSW/VIC/QLD/SA/ACT - $9.90

WA/TAS - $17.90

We ship with Australia Post using their dedicated wine post service. All parcels are trackable and in most cases arrive in 2-4 days.

Shipping is not available to Northern Territory or any designated dry zone.

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MAISON BELLE ÉPOQUE

The House

The History

Maison Perrier-Jouët was born in 1811, one year after the marriage of Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaide Jouët, two passionate and entrepreneurial champagne lovers with a thirst for success. With a definitive eye for detail they began cultivating vines and quickly realised the potential for Chardonnay in the Côte des Blancs. 

THE ART OF HOSTING

How to serve champagne

Each sip of sparkling champagne is a moment to be savored. Coming together with friends and loved ones over a glass of glimmering bubbles is a joyful celebration, and with a few expert tips you can explore the art of hosting to make your next gathering one to remember. What should you keep in mind?

  1. The perfect temperature: a non-vintage Perrier-Jouët champagne is ideally served at 8º C, while a vintage cuvée is best served at 10º C to reveal its full complexity.
  2. Never freeze your bottle to refresh it. This can be dangerous and may unbalance the aromas.
  3. When opening your bottle, the goal is not to surprise, but to delight guests with a light sound, almost a sigh as the bottle is opened. This is achieved by gently turning the bottle, while firmly holding the cork.
  4. The bottom of the bottle should be held when pouring, ensuring the label is always facing your guests.
awakening the senses

How to taste champagne

Dazzling and bright, the first sip of champagne dances on the palate, awakening the senses with its delightful effervescence. Tasting champagne is an art form, inviting you to savor the delicate aromas and lively taste. Discover this unique ritual with expert tips from Sebastien Lebon, host of Maison Belle Epoque, to help you create the best tasting conditions for every glass.

 

  1. There are three stages of tasting: the robe, the nose and the palate.
  2. Start your tasting experience by describing the robe, or color, of the champagne and its effervescence: are the bubbles thin? Is the color bright?
  3. When holding your glass, avoid placing your hand under the body of the glass, preferring instead to hold the stem to ensure the champagne does not warm up.
  4. The best glass in which to taste champagne should closely resemble that of a wine glass.
  5. Once served, smell the champagne to explore the nose and spin the glass delicately in order to aerate the wine, revealing the aromas in the second nose.
  6. Finally, it's time to taste! The trick is to take in a trickle of air with the first sip to take in the full expression of the wine.

Customer Reviews

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Giulianna (Brisbane, AU)
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Beautifully Packaged

My bottle of Perrier-Jouët & glasses arrived safely and in time to enjoy at Easter!

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Stewart Shaw (Sydney, AU)
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Very satisfying

Purchased based upon it's win in Germany. It's a wonderful sauv blanc for an afternoon with a few dips and friends. Not a patch on Cloudy Bay, equals Dog Point and Craggy Range, better than Phillip Shaw or Shaw&Smith. I'll buy again as it's great to have an Australian Sauv blanc in the house not ruined by the addition of semillion.

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Tanya (Sydney, AU)
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Great gift idea!

Got a bottle of Verve personalised and it was a great surprise. Can’t comment on the taste because she won’t open it. Lol

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Henry Turnbull (Melbourne, AU)
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Stoneleigh Wild Valley Pinot Gris

A most drinkable pinot gris with a slightly sweeter flavour without the harsher overtones of similar products.

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Barry Howe (Melbourne, AU)
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