Founded in 1812, the Laurent-Perrier Champagne House reached its golden age in 1948, thanks to Bernard de Nonancourt’s dynamism. Under the leadership of this visionary businessman, the house stood out by producing vintages that reflected its values of excellence and innovation.
Since its very beginnings, the house has built its identity around Chardonnay. Through the freshness and finesse that it brings to the blend, this grape variety is the hallmark of this Champagne reference.
Laurent-Perrier's avant-garde approach is reflected in Grand Siècle and its multi-vintage blends, its Ultra Brut with a "zero dosage" style and also its Cuvee Rose, the first rose champagne in this category. These original "breakthrough" cuvees, each creation being subject to an event, mark a new page in the history of Laurent Perrier and its quest for excellence, for which it is internationally renowned.
The quintessence of Bernard de Nonancourt’s cherished values are in the Laurent-Perrier cuvees, unanimously recognized by connoisseurs.
Elegant, fine and mineral, Alexandra Rose 2004 is a prestigious vintage champagne. This cuvee was created in 1987 by Bernard de Nonancourt, the founder of the House, for the wedding of his eldest daughter, Alexandra. Alexandra Rose by Laurent-Perrier is only made in years when the Grands Crus of Champagne (Pinot noir and Chardonnay) reach perfect maturity at the same time. Thus, only 7 vintages have been released since its launch.
Despite hail and storms during the spring and summer seasons, the warm and dry month of September led to an abundant grape harvest of perfectly ripen Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes.
During the maceration of the Pinot Noir (80%), 20% Chardonnay is added. Alexandra Rose 2004 by Laurent-Perrier benefits from a very long aging period in the cellars.
Alexandra Rose 2004 by Laurent-Perrier showcases a salmon pink color and a fine, persistent effervescence.
The nose is complex. It reveals beautiful notes of wild strawberries and redcurrant jam with hints of candied citrus fruit.
On the palate, Alexandra Rose 2004 has a soft, dry texture. This highly mineral wine expresses its finesse and elegance. Red fruit aromas persist throughout a long, delicate and unforgettable finish.
For an optimal tasting, serve between 10 and 12°C.
Food and wine pairing
Alexandra Rose 2004 will complement the finest dishes: langoustine tempura, roasted lobster, scallops with black truffles, truffled lamb fillet, venison with cranberries.
Guide Bettane + Desseauve 2021: 19/20
Guide RVF 2021: 95/100
Gault & Millau 2021: 18/20