Laurent-Perrier

Cuvée Rosé Brut Champagne Pinot Noir

9.3790 ratings
9.2108 pro ratings
Champagne, France
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Cathy Corison

Owner/Winemaker Corison Winery

9.3

Lovely. Loads of Pinot Noir fruit.

Lovely. Loads of Pinot Noir fruit.

Dec 1st, 2017
David T

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

9.2

Beautiful ripe, rich; strawberries, cherries, black cherries and excellent soft chalkiness and acidity. Our second favorite N/V Rosé Champagne.

Beautiful ripe, rich; strawberries, cherries, black cherries and excellent soft chalkiness and acidity. Our second favorite N/V Rosé Champagne.

Oct 1st, 2017
Tracy Hall

Very nice! Refreshing with a long balanced finish. BTG!

Very nice! Refreshing with a long balanced finish. BTG!

Aug 13th, 2017
David T

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

9.2

Really solid Rosé Champagne. Bright round fruit like Ruinart. Although, not as full and round Ruinart. Nice, soft chalkiness...lighter than Billecart. The are all in roughly the same NV Rosé Champagne price point. My rankings:

Billecart-Salmon
Laurent-Perrier
Ruinart Rosé

Really solid Rosé Champagne. Bright round fruit like Ruinart. Although, not as full and round Ruinart. Nice, soft chalkiness...lighter than Billecart. The are all in roughly the same NV Rosé Champagne price point. My rankings:

Billecart-Salmon
Laurent-Perrier
Ruinart Rosé

Jul 22nd, 2017
Tom Kobylarz

Fantastic traditional pink bubbles, less fruity than some and more earthy than others it has a nice palate balance. It is tried and true in its ode to minerality as that streaks through the entire palate and finishes taught and clean, with a crisp, clean and long finish.

Fantastic traditional pink bubbles, less fruity than some and more earthy than others it has a nice palate balance. It is tried and true in its ode to minerality as that streaks through the entire palate and finishes taught and clean, with a crisp, clean and long finish.

3 people found it helpfulJun 19th, 2014
Cathy Corison

Owner/Winemaker Corison Winery

9.5

Delicious.

Delicious.

2 people found it helpfulNov 11th, 2013
David T

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

9.2

Our second favorite NV Rosé Champagne. Nice slightly liqueured black cherries, cherries, ripe strawberries, a blend of black raspberries & raspberries, watermelon, pomegranate juice, pink roses, just the right amount and intensity of chalkiness, saline and baguette with perfect acidity and rich long finish. Not the fruit extraction of Ruinart Rosé and not the sharp fine powdery chalkiness of Billecart-Salmon. Rides the fence of both. Photos of; their beautiful estate, underground cellar (you gotta love those moldy walls & bottles), A-frame racks in the cellar and meticulously manicured vines. Beautiful property!

Our second favorite NV Rosé Champagne. Nice slightly liqueured black cherries, cherries, ripe strawberries, a blend of black raspberries & raspberries, watermelon, pomegranate juice, pink roses, just the right amount and intensity of chalkiness, saline and baguette with perfect acidity and rich long finish. Not the fruit extraction of Ruinart Rosé and not the sharp fine powdery chalkiness of Billecart-Salmon. Rides the fence of both. Photos of; their beautiful estate, underground cellar (you gotta love those moldy walls & bottles), A-frame racks in the cellar and meticulously manicured vines. Beautiful property!

1 person found it helpfulAug 5th, 2017
Donald Patz

Owner/Winemaker Patz & Hall

9.1

Really nice.

Really nice.

1 person found it helpfulJun 20th, 2015
David T

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

9.2

On the nose, strawberries, cherries, black cherries, blood oranges, soft, unstated chalkiness, volcanic minerals and fresh red & pink roses. On the palate, its delicate, fruit driven. More fruit concentration that the Billecart-Salmon but less than the Ruinart Rosés. Strawberries, cherries, black cherries, blood oranges, tangerines, nice chalkiness, round acidity, brioche & pink roses. It's much more floral than the Billecart or the Ruinart. However, the finish is not quite as long as the other two as well. But, it's still very nice. A little history on the house. Laurent-Perrier was founded in 1812 and is the main company of the Laurent-Perrier Group, whose other properties include; Salon, De Castellane and Delamotte & Chateau Malakoff. Laurent-Perrier was founded in 1812 when a former cooper and bottler, Alphonse Pierlot purchased two parcels of land named "Plaisances" and "La Tour Glorieux" in Tours-sur-Marne. When Pierlot passed he willed the company to his cellar master, Eugene Laurent, who ran it with his wife, Mathilde Emilie Perrier. In 1925 Veuve Mathilde died, and left the company to Eugenie Hortense Laurent. Eugenie sold the company to Mary-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt in 1939. In 1949 Bernard de Nonancourt became the owner of the company and saw it become one of the largest family-owned Champagne houses. The de Nonancourt family still retains majority ownership today. Check out those old moldy bottles in the small photo on the left. They've remained untouched for a very long time.

On the nose, strawberries, cherries, black cherries, blood oranges, soft, unstated chalkiness, volcanic minerals and fresh red & pink roses. On the palate, its delicate, fruit driven. More fruit concentration that the Billecart-Salmon but less than the Ruinart Rosés. Strawberries, cherries, black cherries, blood oranges, tangerines, nice chalkiness, round acidity, brioche & pink roses. It's much more floral than the Billecart or the Ruinart. However, the finish is not quite as long as the other two as well. But, it's still very nice. A little history on the house. Laurent-Perrier was founded in 1812 and is the main company of the Laurent-Perrier Group, whose other properties include; Salon, De Castellane and Delamotte & Chateau Malakoff. Laurent-Perrier was founded in 1812 when a former cooper and bottler, Alphonse Pierlot purchased two parcels of land named "Plaisances" and "La Tour Glorieux" in Tours-sur-Marne. When Pierlot passed he willed the company to his cellar master, Eugene Laurent, who ran it with his wife, Mathilde Emilie Perrier. In 1925 Veuve Mathilde died, and left the company to Eugenie Hortense Laurent. Eugenie sold the company to Mary-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt in 1939. In 1949 Bernard de Nonancourt became the owner of the company and saw it become one of the largest family-owned Champagne houses. The de Nonancourt family still retains majority ownership today. Check out those old moldy bottles in the small photo on the left. They've remained untouched for a very long time.

Jul 2nd, 2017
Pedro Rusk

Wine Educator Kendall Jackson

9.3

Pink bubbles and fried chicken #charmedlife

Pink bubbles and fried chicken #charmedlife

Jun 30th, 2017