In the shadows of its 3-kilometre-long underground galleries of Gallo-Roman origin, the high-quality Joseph Perrier Champagne House perpetuates a know-how and a respect for tradition which has been transmitted from generation to generation. Each plot is vinified separately so that the identity of each of the Champagne terroirs can be expressed, with bespoke ageing processes.
Joseph Perrier's 2013 Côte à Bras is produced from the finest Champagne terroirs, namely the eponymous plot is located in Cumières, at the foot of the famous Montagne de Reims.
This fine Champagne was created in 2007, the house wished to showcase this terroir through a unique champagne that comprised a plot, a grape variety and a year.
Joseph Perrier's Côte à Bras 2013 is aged for several years on lees. No dosage has been added.
Pinot Noir (100%).
This champagne reveals a deep golden colour.
The nose opens with floral (dried flowers) and fruity (peach jam, ripe fruit) notes. When aerated, delectable notes of grenadine and strawberry compote emerge.
Structured and very precise, the palate mixes citrus and pomelo aromas with orange zest. The finish is alluring and subtly exudes bitter and iodine notes.
Food and wine pairing
Enjoy as an apéritif, Joseph Perrier's Côte à Bras 2013 is a perfect match for seafood dishes such as langoustine ceviche served with green mango.
For optimal tasting experience, we recommend chilling this champagne in an ice bucket twenty minutes before serving. Serve between 10 and 12°C.