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1995 Perrier-Jouet - Fleur de Champagne (Belle Epoque) Champagne Blend - France - Champagne - White

France - Champagne

White Champagne Blend
RJ 92
JR 17
WS 88
IWC 88+
Drink Dates
Comm: 2004-2015 WS: 2002-2004
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3.0L $850.00

IWC 88+
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 99

($120) Strong mousse. Restrained aromas of lemon rind, lime, honeysuckle and chalk. Tightly wound, firm and quite refined; almost hard today and distinctly backward. Finishes long, brisk and dry, with bracing lemony acidity. (I also tasted a far less fresh bottle, which showed tired aromas of apple and pear.) There's been a change of importer since last year, so ask your merchant for this fall's shipment. (Allied Domecq Wines U.S.A., Healdsburg, CA)

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JR 17
Source Jancis Robinson
Drink Dates 2005-2009

Light nose but tightly wound and dense. Just the merest suggestion of glucose tablets on the nose. Very sweet start – too much – but good, dense, ripe fruit. Not the finest but there is lots of current pleasure here.

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RJ 92
Source Richard Juhlin

Refined, youthfully appealing Champagne with seductive floral quality, citrus tone, and a substantial dose of mineral. Spring-like and sensual, with a caressing softness and refreshingly long house-typical resonance. Quite mature today.

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WS 88
Source Wine Spectator
Drink Dates 2002-2004

A firm, vigorous '95, dry and stingy with its berry, honey and citrus notes, but overall a tasty drink. A delicate, bracing Champagne.

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Author kukie
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.958%
Tasted On 02/23/2012
Drink Dates 2003-2009

Unfortunately, the champagne had already peaked. The wine had changed color to a yellow...and he taste had flavors of wood and smelled toasty. I don't think vintage champagne can be aged this long ( 17 years).

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Author botro
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.415%
Tasted On 01/15/2012
Drink Dates 2005-2022

Slight amber and gold color with aromas of nuts, flowers - honeysuckle - with similar tastes. Graceful and elegant wine. (I'm still not sold on the high end champagnes, especially when the NV PJ is so good...). I believe this wine will keep for another 5-10 years but is enjoyable now.

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Author MBates 42
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 07/08/2006

Very well balanced with a nice long lively finish. Pale gold color. Incredible buttered toast and honey nose with some nice citrus to round it out. Very supple and well rounded wine. An outstanding champagne that I enjoyed very much!

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