Cuvée Rosé Limited Edition Petals Bottle (0.75L) | Naked Bottle
Since 2016, Laurent-Perrier imagines each year a new case to magnify the tasting of its exceptional rosé champagne. A service ritual awaited by champagne and design lovers alike. The new Cuvée Rosé Laurent-Perrier Édition Limitée Pétales is a Pop firework, a fantasy of colors where the petals are bursts of light, drawing the sides of a dress, a symbol of celebration, fantasy and dance.
The Laurent-Perrier Rosé Cuvée has established itself worldwide as the benchmark for rosé champagnes. In its elegant Henri IV-inspired bottle, this rosé champagne has been recognized for its consistent high quality for 40 years. A unique vintage by its history, its elaboration, its generosity. Before 1968, non-vintage rosé champagne was almost inconceivable. In the midst of a social and cultural revolution, Bernard de Nonancourt gave it roots and letters. Better still, he has succeeded in making a noble wine out of it, linking rosé champagne to Laurent-Perrier in an inseparable way.
Alcohol content: 12%.
100% Pinot Noir. Ten or so crus, mainly from the southern and northern sectors of the Montagne de Reims – including the famous Côte de Bouzy – are favored, notably the crus of Ambonnay, Bouzy, Louvois and Tours-sur-Marne.
Laurent-Perrier’s technical facilities are fully adapted and dedicated to the production of Rosé. The grapes from the selected plots are sorted and destemmed before being put into vats. The maceration lasts from 48 to 72 hours following the harvest and allows to extract the color and to express all the aromatic richness of the Pinot Noir.
Thanks to this unique and innovative know-how, the Laurent-Perrier Rosé Cuvée combines vinosity and great freshness, a rare combination in a champagne.
The bottles are aged in the cellar for a minimum of four years.