The Laurent Perrier Rose champagne is famous for its highly expressive bouquet, which stems from the very careful preservation of the grape's natural fresh red fruit aromas. It is one of the few rosé champagnes to be made using the maceration (skin contact) technique, which gives it the extraordinary depth and freshness. Revered by wine-lovers for its flavours and by aesthetes for the beauty of its 17th century-style bottle, the Cuvée Rosé Brut is one of the stars in the Laurent-Perrier champagne range.
Meticulous selection of the grape and controlled maceration help extract the colour and aromatic richness of the pinot noir grapes. Unlike most rosé champagnes, the Laurent-Perrier Champagne Rosé Brut is obtained by drawing the juice from black grapes in the vat, not solely blending red and white wines. It is cellared for at least four years. Now at £36.98 at North and South Wines for a limited time only.