Laurent Perrier’s stylish 2007 vintage Champagne is a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir – all from Grand Cru vineyards – for a balance of rich fruit, freshness and elegance. Ageing in cellar for nearly eight years lends gorgeous, toasty maturity.
"Lemon biscuit edge, stone fruits with some mellow spicy flavors building to citrus finish"
James Suckling 92 Points
Laurent Perrier is one of the most famous of the Grandes Marques Champagnes (for good reason – they make some of the finest fizz) and the region’s largest family owned house. Founded in 1812 by Alphonse Pierlot, Laurent Perrier was bought in 1939 by Marie-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt (of Champagne Lanson), who did much to raise its profile around the world. 2007 wasn’t a widely declared vintage, but Laurent Perrier has produced a fine wine that is ageing well. Winter and spring were unusually mild, while August was cool (hence the ageing potential). It was a generous harvest with grapes of great maturity and quality. Toasted nut and citrus peel aromas, rounded flavours and fine, persistent bubbles – this is a classic celebration wine.
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