Laurent Perrier 'Brut' Champagne 375ML
From the Producers
LAURENT PERRIER BRUT
The house was set up by Eugene Laurent in Tours-Sur-Marne, and after marrying Mathilde-Emilie Perrier, the company name was born. Marie-Louise de Nonancourt, a member of another great Champagne family, Lanson, acquired the house in 1938 after the owners died. In 1948 her son, Bernard, who had spent much of the Second World War fighting in the Resistance, took over the business and began the process of rebuilding it after the war.
The Laurent-Perrier Brut benefits from ideal ageing in the cellars: three years minimum for a 75cl bottle, and four to five years for a magnum. It's balance and natural freshness are enhanced by a light dosage. After the dosage, the wines are kept in the cellar to rest for several months before shipment.
Grape Variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier
Color: Citrus colored.
Aroma: Refined, fresh and elegant nose with brioche and delicate citrus flavors
Palate: Crisp lemony freshness, with more than a hint of green apples on the palate