Founded in 1812, Laurent-Perrier is a world's leading family owned Champagne House. Laurent-Perrier is recognised today for its creative approach to winemaking initiated by its charismatic founder Bernard de No...
Founded in 1812, Laurent-Perrier is a world's leading family owned Champagne House. Laurent-Perrier is recognised today for its creative approach to winemaking initiated by its charismatic founder Bernard de Nonancourt. The brand is nowadays distributed in more than 120 countries around the World.
Every one of Laurent-Perrier's wines is the result of a daring innovative approach, a burst of creativity and a never ending quest for pleasure. As such, all cuvées have their own history and personality and together, they form a unique range of champagnes with a style reflecting the hallmark of finesse, freshness and elegance.
These wines are also unique for the exacting standards applied to their blending, consistent quality and the observance of ageing times for each cuvée, year after year. For all these reasons, Laurent-Perrier wines attract champagne lovers and connoisseurs from all over the world. Laurent-Perrier is integral to an epicurean lifestyle that celebrates the pleasures of life and art of fine wining and dining.
Laurent Perrier SA is a France-based company that produces and sells champagne. The Company’s products are sold under four main brands: Laurent-Perrier, Salon, Delamotte, and Champagne de Castellane, which are positioned across a price spectrum ranging from the upper-middle category to the premium and ultra-premium categories. The Company is organized under three different types of legal entities: champagne houses, including in addition to Champagne Laurent-Perrier, Champagne de Castellane (Champagne de Castellane brand, Jeanmaire, Oudinot and Beaumet brands), the AS company (Salon and Delamotte brands); distribution subsidiaries or subsidiaries or branches in France and several foreign markets: Germany, Belgium, the United States, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, as well as vineyards, held either directly by Grands Vignobles de Champagne and Chateau Malakoff, or through real-estate companies (societes civiles immobilieres), some of which have winegrowers as partners.