At Laurent-Perrier, the Brut Rosé has always been associated with spring, the reawakening of nature and a lifting of the spirits. This year they decided to combine this symbolism with fun and create what is, to say the least, an original setting for its Cuvée Rosé. A cage, whose design is based on a traditional bird cage, forms a neat carrying case for the champagne bottle and comes with a matching stopper to preserve the champagne once opened, in a unique limited edition. Laurent-Perrier Brut Rosé is one of the rare rosé champagnes made using the free-run method, that is to say that the colour of the grapes give the champagne its colour and aromas quite naturally. It's a delicate operation requiring great precision and patience. The Brut Rosé from the house of Laurent-Perrier shows a multiplicity of scintillating salmon pink tints. The first aromas reveal magnificently fresh champagne, with strawberry, redcurrant and raspberry notes. The palate is full of bright fruit, with lightly acidulous tones, and extremely gourmand omnipresent red berry fruits. A champagne which is perfect for both aperitif and dessert.