Champagne

The story behind the Cuvée Alexandra Rosé 2004

Champagne Laurent-Perrier has launched a new vintage of the Cuvée Alexandra Rosé 2004.  Not only an original and creative blend, this champagne also has a special heritage.

In 1987, Bernard de Nonancourt, the late Head of House at Laurent-Perrier, expressly created a unique cuvée to present to his eldest daughter, Alexandra, on her wedding day. The eponymous vintage, Alexandra Rosé 2004, was the result.

Having previously produced non-vintage rosé champagnes, it was a natural progression to produce a luxury cuvée, exclusive and rare which occupies a unique niche in the range of champagnes.

Since Bernard’s death his daughters – Alexandra Pereyre de Nonancourt and Stéphanie Meneux de Nonancourt – continue to guarantee the values handed down from their father along with the independence of the Group and ensure two centuries of elegance, experience and exacting standards are kept.