Investment tip; 2012 Perrier-Jouët ‘Belle Epoque’

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Perhaps this producer is not exactly one of the top of your Champagne thinking, but the characteristic floral bottle is something that no one forgets after a single look …

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Perrier-Jouët is the producer and the champagne is called Belle Epoque – a prestige cuvée where the quality is undeniable, while the price seems attractively low. In fact, it is the 2012 Belle Epoque where you have to pay the least per Richard Juhlin point, compared to the 2002, 2008 and 2012 vintages of Dom Pérignon, Cristal and Comtes de Champagne.

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