BEAU JOIE CHAMPAGNE
Champagne house Bertrand Senecourt
The brand Beau Joie specialises in high-quality champagnes which are presented in stunning formats. Manufactured in the French city of Épernay, Beau Joie is a genuine champagne which is comprised of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay. The finest grapes from the local area are used, where they have absorbed the benefits of the gentle French climate to produce fruit which is perfectly balanced between sharp and sweet.
60% Pinot Noir / 40% Chardonnay. no dosage, all stainless fermentation, 4 years on lees, 6 years age total. Floral and yeast notes on the nose give way to crisp fruit flavours of citrus and apple. pinot noir provides the firm body and structure. great balance between the fruit and acid keeps this zero dosage champagne from being overly dry.
50% Pinot Noir 50% Chardonnay, 3.8g dosage, all stainless fermentation, 3 years on lees, 4 years age total. A fresh and fruity wine, brimming with watermelon, strawberry and citrus notes. The vibrant structure and delicate mousse keep this focused and lively, with a long, crisp finish.
50% Pinot Noir 30% Chardonnay 20% Pinot Meunier, 33g dosage, all stainless fermentation, 4 years on lees. A sweet champagne of a pale gold colour tinged with pink. The blend is fruity and well-constituted with a marked elegance and youthfulness.
about BEAU JOIE CHAMPAGNE
traditional French style + a Beau Joie twist
Beau Joie is a new Champagne with a unique image. Encased in a 100% copper armour, Beau Joie is both beautiful and environmentally friendly (the copper is recycled). The perfect gift or party piece. Inspired by the armour that that the knights wore to protect the Kingdom of France and the copper roofs of Paris. The only Champagne where “innovation drives function design” Handmade copper Suit of armour acts as grip for pouring, rubber thumb grip in punt of bottle, each SKU has a different “suit of armour” Patented design. The Estate is situated in Epernay, the heart of the Champagne region, and was founded in 1972 by Charles Ellner, a professional riddler who had been buying his own vineyards on the side and making small production champagnes for a small but dedicated clientele. Since then, Charles Ellner has grown to become a worldwide esteemed family-owned brand. In the hands of the fourth generation, the house now encompasses more than 54 hectares of vineyards, mainly in Valle de la Marne and Région de Sézanne, producing only about 1,000,000 bottles annually with their own styles, flavours and consistency in quality.