Champagne Cuvée Rosé was launched in 1968, born of the audacity and unique know-how of Maison Laurent-Perrier. With the quest for perfection at all stages of development, Cuvée Rosé is recognized for its consistency and high quality.
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An elegant color that naturally evolves from a pretty raspberry hue to salmon hues.
A frank nose with an extraordinary freshness and a wide range of red fruits: raspberry, red currant, strawberry, black cherry.
A frank and acidic attack for this supple and round wine. In the mouth, it offers the sensation of diving into a basket of freshly picked red fruits.
Montagne de Reims
A dozen Crus coming mainly from the southern and northern sectors of the Montagne de Reims - including the famous Côte de Bouzy - are favored, notably the Crus of Ambonnay, Bouzy, Louvois and Tours-sur-Marne.
Bernard de Nonancourt created the Laurent-Perrier style . He knew how to use the traditional uses of Champagne, but also to initiate and stimulate new technical approaches of elaboration. He gave birth to a range of unique wines, each with its own history and style
To highlight his champagnes, Bernard had the idea of offering some of them in unique and original bottles. Thus, Grand Siècle is the first bottle of the range, inspired by the first bottles of the 17th century that contained the first champagne wine.
Stéphanie Le Quellec, starred chef at La Scène, the gastronomic restaurant of the Prince of Wales in Paris, unveils her signature dish in harmony with "La Cuvée" of Champagne Laurent-Perrier:
a barely seared langoustine with vanilla and buckwheat, accompanied by its blancmange.
Some may wonder which champagne is better, Veuve Clicquot or Laurent Perrier. Indeed, these two brands are very popular and considered as one of the best in the world. However, there are some differences between them that can impact one's taste. Veuve Clicquot has a winey aroma and with a clean finish in the mouth. Founded in 1772, the brand is known for its iconic yellow label. Laurent Perrier has a more fruity and intense aroma than Veuve Clicquot. It was founded by Louis Perrier in 1812 to replace the champagne his father produced for Napoleon Bonaparte, later exiled to Elba. The main difference between the two champagnes is their sweetness: Veuve Clicquot has less sugar than Laurent Perrier and uses a younger wine, which makes it drier