Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Brut 1.5L

$152.99
$145.34

SKU 2181

1.5L

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Pinot Noir berries are destemmed, then macerate for two to three days on the skins, providing this wine’s light color and the brisk tannins that bring to mind crushed pink peppercorns. It’s a gastronomic Champagne, austere and potent, with dark-toned flavors that leave the mouth refreshed. 

Category Wine
Varietal
Country France
Region Champagne
Brand Laurent-Perrier
Alcohol/vol 12%
  • cg96

Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine *Three Stars* Elegant and fruity at the same time with a quick invitation from bright, pure cherryish notes and then filled out handsomely by whiffs of chalky soils and well-integrated, rich and uplifting yeast-driven scents, this wine manages to be both vigorous and layered at one and the same time. Its bubbles are insistent, finely carved and add to the early sensations of lightness and energy yet also carry the wine long into a balanced, refined finish. And its latter palate grip is exactly what one should expect from the genre. While service with light foods would be our first choice, this one has the beauty to stand alone.

  • wa93

Wine AdvocateThe NV Cuvée Rosé Brut is 100% Pinot Noir based on 2008 (90%). The color is an intense orange-colored pink and the nose offers beautifully subtle, but also deep, intense flavors of ripe and macerated Pinot Noir and lemon. There is also great purity and finesse on the structured palate. The finish is fresh and reveals a perfect fruit. This Rosé drinks almost like a light red wine.

Stephan Reinhardt, March 2016
  • agv92

VinousVivid orange-pink. An expressive, spice-accented bouquet evokes fresh raspberry, orange pith, white flowers and ginger, with a hint of rhubarb adding an earthy flourish. Sappy and broad in the mouth, offering intense red fruit and bitter citrus flavors underscored by chalky mineral and white pepper notes. Rich yet lively rosé with excellent closing thrust and floral persistence.

Josh Raynolds, January 2015
  • we92

Wine EnthusiastOrange-pink in color, this dry wine has some good bottle age that has rounded the corners and allowed toast to join the red fruits and orange zest flavors. A complex background of acidity, structure and final tautness makes this wine ready to drink now.

Roger Voss, December 12, 2014
  • ws88

Wine SpectatorAn attractive, fruit-laden rosé, delivering its succulent cherry and raspberry flavors on a rich, balanced structure. Tails off a little on the finish, otherwise is delicious. Drink now. 70,000 cases made.

Bruce Sanderson, November 15, 2002