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(NV Laurent-Perrier Champagne Brut L.P.) Light yellow color; tart peach, tart apple nose with light yeastiness; tart apple, ripe grapefruit palate with medium acidity, a little broad; medium-plus finish 88+ points
(NV Laurent Perrier Brut L-P) A pale, pale golden hue here. A plentiful bead though, quite fine in size. Quite reserved and stony on the nose at first, rather reminiscent of the Loire in fact. It displays a little more largesse with time, a nose of confit lemon and yellow plum. Lovely appeal on the palate, fresh and crisp, with citrus fruits and nettles, pears and plums, with a fine, lightly creamed texture backed up by plenty of acidity and good grip. This is followed by lovely fruit on the finish, accompanied by a very vibrant and sharp mousse. Overall though, a harmonious and very accessible style. Good.
(NV Laurent Perrier Brut) A blend of all three grape varieties, although I didn't catch the exact percentages. Nose was pleasantly fresh with some bready notes. Palate had pleasant fruit, but was marred by excessively high acidity - something that seems to me to be a Laurent Perrier trait. Finish was especially 'sharp'.
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