The undisputed star of the pink fizz market, Laurent-Perrier Rosé remains No.1 in the pink champagne field thanks to its consistently appealing light, elegant fruit and delicate mousse. The iconic dumpy bottle with its pink foil and label is instantly recognisable on the shelves and in the fridges of the world's best bars and hotels.
Laurent Perrier is just the most fantastic champagne I have ever had over the years I have drunk 100s of bottles, even my wife who does not like champage loves it.
- Ian B, 7th May '12
Michael is right, Gosse Grande Reserve Rose is super stuff, in an exotic bottle. But, for me it's got a tad too much cherry. Besides, it's ?50 a bottle.LPR is just so smooth - tiny bubbles, no sharp edges, and it doesn't just look pink, it actually tastes pink. Nothing better on a summer evening in the garden - or a winter evening in front of a good fire - or a mellow afternoon in the autumn - or lunch time on a spring weekend ...................
- Jan Luthman, 18th Aug '11
try Gosset Grande Reserve Rosé.
- Michael J, 28th Sep '10
- simone, 29th Aug '09
Your Review:Your Name (leave blank for anonymous):