Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée Brut with case
calcareous and rich in gypsum, largely composed of calcite grains
L'beginning of the history of the Maison dates back to 1812, it was created by André Michel Pierlot, it will take the name of Veuve Laurent-Perrier when Mathilde Emilie Perrier, widow of Eugène Laurent decides to unite the two surnames while ensuring its development. Eugénie Hortense Laurent, her daughter, inherited the Maison in 1925 and gave it to Marie-Louise de Nonancourt, née Lanson, in 1939.
In 1939, Marie-Louise de Nonancourt, widow and mother of four children, anxious to secure their future, bought Domaine Laurent-Perrier.
During World War II, her two eldest sons joined the resistance, Bernard was at the side of'Abbot Pierre.
In 1945 Bernard de Nonancourt began a demanding apprenticeship in all phases of the profession from vineyard to cellar before being appointed in October 1948, at the age of 28, President and CEO. The Maison then employed about twenty people and sold 80,000 bottles.
Driven by his passion for champagne, his respect for traditional values and, above all, for men, Bernard de Nonancourt instilled in Laurent-Perrier independence of spirit and creative audacity.
He established privileged relationships with winemakers; under his guidance, Laurent-Perrier, in just 40 years, became a true innovator in Champagne. He created the Laurent-Perrier style: freshness, finesse, elegance and developed a unique range of champagnes that are exported worldwide to more than 160 countries.
Questo vino è ottenuto dal succo d’uva più puro, che da solo consente a Laurent-Perrier di sviluppare “La Cuvée”, uno champagne di grande finezza e bella freschezza ottenuto dopo un lungo invecchiamento nelle cantine.
The choice of a high percentage of Chardonnay is at the base of Laurent-Perrier's style and personality. Purity, freshness and elegance are the characteristics researched for this wine which starts the spirit of the House.
A pale gold color. Very fine bubbles feed a very persistent cord of foam.
A delicate nose with aromas of fresh citrus and white flowers.
The complexity of the wine is expressed on subsequent notes such as vine peach and white fruits. A perfect balance of freshness and finesse with very present fruity flavors at the end of the tasting.
classic processes of white wine making