Cuvée Rosé is iconic. It was introduced by Bernard de Nonancourt in 1968 at a time when the non-vintage rosé champagne market was largely non-existent. In fact, Cuvée Rosé created the rosé champagne category and remains the benchmark against which all others are set to this day.
Cuvée Rosé’s enticing colour varies naturally between light strawberry and pale salmon pink. The nose is fresh and refined, with a broad range of red fruit notes– raspberries, redcurrants, strawberries and black cherries.
The wine is slightly more structured on the palate: the impression of freshness remains while the red berry fruit flavours add depth and complexity.
Cuvée Rosé is a full-bodied, pleasurable wine. While it can be enjoyed as an apéritif, it also pairs well with a wide range of foods, including fish, lamb, red fruit puddings and Asian cuisine.
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La Cuvée is pale gold with a steady stream of fine bubbles. The nose has delicate aromas of citrus fruits, underpinned by hints of white flowers. A perfect balance between freshness and finesse, the palate is full-bodied, complex and creamy, displaying great length on the finish.
La Cuvée is ideal as an apéritif, as well as being an excellent match for fine fish dishes, delicate sea-food, poultry and other white meat. La Cuvée is the epitome of the house style’s characteristic lightness, freshness and elegance.
It was always natural for Laurent-Perrier, creator of the benchmark Cuvée Rosé non-vintage champagne, to eventually offer a prestige Cuvée Rosé. Alexandra Rosé is a rare and cherished wine that comes from a rigorous selection of the best plots; an exceptional marriage between Grands Crus grapes of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
A delicate, pale salmon pink colour. Persistent and fine bubbles. A complex nose with hints of wild strawberries and redcurrant jam, followed by notes of candied fruits. Elegant and refined, this wine shows great minerality. Its soft and dry texture leads into a long finish indicative of berry fruit.
Serve between 10°C and 12°C.
Alexandra Rosé 2004 is reserved for the finest dishes: tempura of langoustine, roasted lobster and scallops with black truffle.
Grand Siécle is a prestige cuvée that does not use a single vintage but instead uses several vintages, each with excellent but different characteristics. The pinnacle of champagne blending, combined with prolonged cellar ageing for more than ten years, it achieves stunning continuity of the Grand Siécle style.
In appearance, Grand Siécle is a lustrous gold with a very delicate bead of fine bubbles. The nose has notes of fresh brioche, citrus fruits and hints of honey. The taste is well-rounded and long, with a silky, generous mouthfeel. Strikingly mineral, citrus notes re-emerge, as do hints of honeysuckle. The lasting sensation is one of freshness and a powerful persistent finish that is exquisitely fine and elegant.
Grand Siécle makes a superb apéritif and also pairs naturally with the most refined dishes. It magnifies the flavours of a noble fish like turbot, and works wonderfully with rich combinations such as scallop with truffles.