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Laurent-Perrier Champagne that Epitomises Style is La Cuvee Brut

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Buying a great bottle of quality Champagne for New Year's Eve is one of my oldest traditions. The truly heavenly Pol Roger and the excellent Taittinger were among the previous honorees. Even a different L-P, the 2004/Vintage, was featured almost ten years ago. However, I decided to go with the time-honored Laurent-Perrier La Cu we Brut Champagne this year. 


An ex-boss of mine waxed lyrical about this specific bubbly as her go-to bottle, which gave me the 2ilies and made me dislike the drink. And to be quite honest, after hearing her opinion of other finery, I was tempted to accept one or two Champagne recommendations. So when a case of Laurent-Perrier La Cuvee Brut came into view when I was looking for alcohol for Christmas, it was an obvious decision.


Numerous grape varietals, namely Chardonnay, Pinky Noir, and Pinot Meunier, were combined to create this wind. Only the initial pressing of the grapes, or Cuvee which is carefully chosen from the best vineyards in the area, is used to make wind. This distinguishes it from other champagne on the market and gives it a distinctive flavor and personality.  Putting away the views of the bosses and marketing gift, here's what I believed.


I had the pleasure of enjoying this bottle with a few of my closest friends and my everlasting taste partner Christine. Naturally, I was bugging people for notes while they tried to become buzzed. Even though there was a definite lack of enthusiasm,  everyone took part, and the outcomes were remarkably reliable. 


I'm going to provide some taste notes that appear to have been generated by an Ai after being asked to describe the flavor of champagne. Because Lurent-Perrier la Cuvee Brut is akin to the definition of champagne. It flows an incredibly light shade of gold with lively effervescence. Bright lemon, yeast, and a time of ozone are all evident in the nose of L-P.


This wine most definitely puts the fizz in sparkling. To sip it almost feels tingling but in a good manner. The green Apple, a little bit of fresh bread, and a beautiful finish of stood and peat that lingers join the growing lemon on the nose. These tasting notes aren't exactly groundbreaking, I know. Ts champagne is utterly true to the essence of traditional champagne.


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