Sunday Times Wine Club Vintage Festival,
The Wine Advocate,
The world famous Laurent Perrier Rosé is as much a beacon of style as the Ritz, Tiffany & Co. or Chanel No.5! Cellared for four years to add complexity, and presented in a curvaceous, 17th century style bottle, this is sparkling rosé at its finest.
£48.98 SAVE £11.02
(Was £60.00 a bottle)
Beyond the Label
Soft red fruits with a fine creamy mousse and bright citrus finish
Creamy, yeasty raspberry and strawberry and citrusy aromas
Laurent Perrier is a family owned Champagne house, one of the best, dating from 1812. During World War II the owner, Marie-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt, built a false wall and hid 100,000 bottles behind it to protect them from marauding German soldiers. She showed great foresight – in 1945, her son Bernard, in the army, helped ‘liberate’ Hitler’s home in the Bavarian Alps, where he discovered half a million bottles of wine. Among them were hundreds of cases of Champagne that he’d watched being stolen years earlier! With fine mousse and lively flavours of wild strawberries, raspberries and ripe cherries, this lovely pink fizz is a treat at any celebration. Guests will love it – and the story! It is beautifully presented in a special gift box.
"Vivid fruit of dried strawberries and orange peel. Full-bodied, tight and focused. A bright finish"
James Suckling 92 Points
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