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The Story behind the Cuvée Alexandra Rosé 2004

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Champagne Laurent-Perrier has launched a new vintage of the Cuvée Alexandra Rosé 2004.  Not only is this an original and creative blend, this champagne also has a very special heritage.
 
In 1987, Bernard de Nonancourt, the late Head of House at Laurent-Perrier, expressly created a unique cuvée to present to his eldest daughter, Alexandra, on her wedding day. The eponymous vintage, Alexandra Rosé 2004, was the result.

Having previously produced non-vintage rosé champagnes, it was a natural progression to produce a luxury cuvée, exclusive and rare which occupies a unique niche in the range of champagnes.

Since Bernard’s death his daughters – Alexandra Pereyre de Nonancourt and Stéphanie Meneux de Nonancourt – continue to guarantee the values handed down from their father along with the independence of the Group and ensure two centuries of elegance, experience and exacting standards are kept.

The Vintage 2004 is distinctive due to its fruity character, marked by top notes of candied pineapple and lower notes of poached Mirabelle plums. This latest vintage release from Laurent-Perrier pairs well with dishes such as sea bass with a citrus cream sauce. 

Click here to view Laurent-Perrier’s gift section.

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