The first Brut champagne was created by Perrier-Jouët, who was in a search for perfection and quality. In his desire to keep his English clients satisfied, he decided to significantly reduce the amount of sugar in his cuvées and thus unveil the finesse of his compositions. And so was born the first Brut champagne, the world's most frequently tasted champagne.
Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut is a direct heir of this tradition. Today, Hervé Deschamps, the House's seventh Cellar Master, pursues this same quest for excellence and has made it his personal mission to uphold the heritage, recreating the Perrier-Jouët style with each cuvée, a balance of charm and elegance. To attain the perfection demanded by Perrier-Jouët, the bottles are kept for three years in the House's chalk cellars, located under the Avenue de Champagne, the historic heart of the label of origin. (from the vintner)
CountryFranceRegion/StateChampagneTypeSparklingVarietalPinot Noir, ChardonnayAlcohol12%Grape33% Pinot Noir, 33% Pinot Meunier, 33% Chardonnay