To discover the origins of the Maison Laurent-Perrier we have to go back as far as 1812, the year in which the winery was founded by André and Michel Pierlot. Located in Tours-sur-Marne, in Champagne-Ardenne, it was in 1881 that the company fortunes were written, when Eugene Laurent, a cellarer of the Pierlots, together with his wife Mathilde Emilie Perrier decided to take over the maison and take the lead, and later changing its name precisely to Laurent-Perrier. From here, between various vicissitudes, history leads us to Mary-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt first, and then to her son Bernard, who represents the true soul of champagne that can be tasted today. Characterized mainly by the use of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes - except for Cuvée Rosé made exclusively from Pinot Noir grapes - Laurent-Perrier Champagne rests at least four years before being marketed. Currently led by the daughters of Bernard, Alexandra and Stephanie Lanson de Nonancourt, the Maison now has 150 hectares of vineyards and is distinguished by a special and unique style, certainly due also to the maniacal search for perfection in all production steps, starting from the rows to get to the bottle. In the vineyard, the approach is minimalist, so we tend to grow plants while respecting the environment, nature and the ecosystem. In the cellar, the philosophy is different: the Laurent-Perrier maison has been working the grapes in steel tanks at controlled temperature since the 1950s, so as to keep the freshness and aromatic complexity of the fruit intact and unchanged. . Finally, during the sparkling process, each step is controlled with method and rigor, using the most modern enological technologies, always used without ever outclassing the most ancient territorial traditions. From Brut al Rosé, from the Vintage to the "Grand Siècle", up to the Demi-Sec and the Ultra Brut, this is how Laurent-Perrier Champagne was born: timeless bubbles, among the most prestigious that France is currently able to give .