“Bernard de Nonancourt created the Laurent-Perrier style. To do this he revived the traditional ways of champagne but also launched new approaches at both technical and blending levels. He created a range of unique wines with their own history and personality…”
Enjoy yet another wine whose origins sound like a page from our region’s rich agricultural heritage. In 1812 a humble cooper acquired the original vineyards, which he later bequeathed to his cellar master, Eugène Laurent. Following M. Laurent’s death in 1887 his wife Mathilde Perrier added her name to the Champagne and being a strong-willed French woman, brought the Champagne to notoriety.
After struggling to survive WWI, with WWII approaching, Mathilde’s daughter sold the winery to Mary-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt, mother of Barnard noted above. The wines you that will find paired in Joël’s menu will reflect two centuries of vinicultural evolution complemented by the finest in contemporary technology/winemaking. Pretty special.
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$168 per person, plus tax & gratuity
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