Joyau de France, or “Jewel of France”, was launched with the spectacular
1961 vintage by Réne Boizel, father of present head of Champagne Boizel
Evelyne Roques-Boizel. This prestige cuvée is only produced in exceptional years and is a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Mid-gold, the bubbles arevery fine. Full-bodied and winey, the layered fruit includes dried Chinese prunes, hazelnut and a hint of aged cider. Drinking deliciously now, serve this complex Champagne in a white
wine glass. And not too cold.