Whilst vintage Champagne shows the character of a specific harvest, non-vintage Brut personifies the style of a particular House. Freshness, elegance, and balance, all of which are typical of Laurent-Perrier's wines, are found together in Brut L-P, year after year.
Chardonnay, is the dominant grape variety in Brut L-P. Its proportion is unusually high for a non-vintage Champagne blend, being double the average. Wines from more than 55 crus make up the blend (10% to 20% of which consists of reserve wines, though this can be higher in some years). Because of its balance and natural freshness, Brut L-P only receives a light dosage. Its ideal aging period is about three years.
The color is a pale golden hue, with fine and persistent bubbles. The nose is fresh and delicate, showing good complexity with hints of citrus and white fruit. Brut L-P's light style has led the way to making Champagne the ideal aperitif drink. Its perfect balance, crispness of flavors and finesse also make it the ideal companion for fish, poultry and white meat.