The first Rosé made by Perrier-Jouet, the bottle’s slender neck, and slight taper are modeled after the historic Blason de France (1955-1990), Perrier-Jouet’s first prestige bottling, in partnership with Relais & Chateau, offered only in the finest restaurants worldwide. First introduced in 1982, this wine is the culmination of an experiment of 100 different bottles, each with a separate approach to the vinification process. The wine is aged in modern, stainless steel tanks which allow for perfect temperature control. The bottles are aged in the house’s historic champenois aging cellars, which are tunneled directly into the chalky soil of Champagne. The Champagne caves run 50 feet deep and remain at a constant temperature of 52° F.
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