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The wine in question appears to be a very pale and crystal-bright in color, which immediately suggests a certain level of sophistication and elegance. Upon taking a closer whiff, one can detect an intense and complex nose, which is characterized by a wide range of aromas. These include fruits such as citrus and white fruit, as well as flowers like honeysuckle, and even hints of iodine, which contribute to an overall impression of freshness. On the palate, the wine is airy and delicate, with a surprising length that suggests a certain level of refinement. The wine's high purity of taste is evident, and it is characterized by a long and non-saturating finish that lingers pleasantly on the tongue. It is clear that this wine is the result of careful attention to detail, from the selection of the grapes to the aging process. Overall, it seems that this wine is a delightful option for those seeking a complex and nuanced drinking experience, and it is a testament to the skill and expertise of the winemakers who crafted it.
Serving Temperature: 8°C and 10°C
Grape Variety: Chardonnay 55%, Pinot Noir 45%
Ageing: Ideal ageing of 6 years minimum
The House of Laurent-Perrier was founded in 1812 by André Michel Pierlot and took the name Vve Laurent-Perrier when Mathilde Emilie Perrier, the widow of Eugène Laurent, combined the two family names after she decided to expand the business. Eugénie Hortense Laurent, her daughter, inherited the House in 1925 and sold it to Marie-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt in 1939. During WWII, Marie-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt ran the business while two of her sons, Maurice and Bernard, joined the French Resistance. In 1948, Bernard de Nonancourt as Chairman and Chief Executive. In 1881, when Cellar Master Eugène Laurent inherited the Alphonse Pierlot Champagne House He purchased vines in the very best terroirs of Bouzy, Tours-sur-Marne, and Ambonnay, excavated 800 metres of cellars, and set up a tasting laboratory.Domaine Laurent-Perrier (the Estate) was anchored in Tours-sur-Marne. This picturesque village is ideally situated at the crossroads of the three main wine growing areas of the Marne département: the Montagne de Reims, the Vallée de la Marne and the Côte des Blancs.