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Laurent-Perrier Summer Menus: The story of Cuvée Rosé

The iconic Cuvée Rosé, chosen by the best venues in the World.

Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé was created in 1968 from the boldness and unique savoir faire of Laurent-Perrier. Perfected at each stage of its making, Cuvée Rosé is acknowledged for its consistency and its high quality. 

Crafted for a Fragrance, not mixed for a Colour. Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé is created using only the highest quality Pinot Noir grapes. This iconic rosé is one of the few rosé champagnes that is made by drawing the juice from black grapes in the vat known as maceration, instead of blending red and white wines. The maceration lasts from 48 to 72 hours depending on the harvest, this helps the extraction of the colour and allows the Cellar Master to obtain unequalled aromas, revealing all the richness of the best Crus of Pinot Noir. This gives it the highly expressive bouquet and delicious raspberry and wild cherry flavours that have made it a benchmark for rosé champagnes around the world.

All of this makes the Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé the icon we know and love. Its versatility makes it the perfect option to create this year’s Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Summer Menus.

South of England

Socialite Restaurant – Brighton, East Sussex 

Alex Puddifoot, Executive Chef at Socialite Restaurant

Socialite Restaurant is based in the heart of the Brighton Lanes. Whether you are there to have a celebration, meet with friends or enjoy one another’s company whilst indulging in delightful food, sipping cocktails or drinking specially selected wines and champagnes whilst soaking up the music either by the resident DJ or the visiting entertainment. Whatever you are there for, it will be remembered. 

Executive Chef Alex Puddifoot heads up the kitchen at Socialite after moving from London where he opened The ME London, STK London, Radio Rooftop, Asellina and STK Ibiza. He has created a special menu that pairs perfectly with Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé.

Fancy booking a table at Socialite Restaurant click here.

 

Beaverbrook – Leatherhead, Surrey

Don’t expect standard country house fare at Beaverbrook. Their Japanese Grill, overlooking the terrace and gardens, serves innovative Asian cuisine influenced by local ingredients and created by ex-Noma Chef, Wojciech Popow.

Located in The House, Their Japanese Grill offers an elegant menu of delicately flavoured selections of sushi, sashimi, and nigiri; the finest cuts of meat and fish from their Josper grill; or, for a remarkable dining experience. Let their talented chef guide you through a fine selection of locally-sourced, modern Japanese gourmet specialties with their seasonal tasting menu. 

Beaverbrook embraces the luxury of now in the true spirit of the past. The story of its most famous resident, Lord Beaverbrook, still remains interwoven throughout its walls.

A kingmaker, powerbroker (and sometime mischief maker), Lord Beaverbrook was a consummate politician, publicist of boundless energy, and great friend of Winston Churchill. His newspapers, the Daily Express and Sunday Express, could make or break almost anyone, and he hosted the great and the good at Beaverbrook during his time there. Take a look at the estate's visitor’s book and you'll see for yourself.

To book an experience at the Japanese Grill, Beaverbrook click here.

 

Àclèaf, Boringdon Hall – Plymouth, Devon

Overlooking the Great Hall you’ll find the intimate and sophisticatedly romantic Àclèaf; a space to gather around the table and taste exquisite menus created by Head Chef Scott Paton. A showcase of inventive British fare, using only the finest locally sourced ingredients, Àclèaf is a unique dining experience exclusive to Boringdon Hall.

The name ‘Boringdon’ comes from the Saxon ‘Burth-Y-Don’ meaning ‘enchanted place on the hill’. Our grand Devonshire manor became crown property following the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII in 1539. The monarch later granted the property to his courtier Thomas Wriothesley, the Earl of Southampton, who was a royal favourite. Since then, Boringdon Hall has since had a rather extravagant makeover, giving this stately pile a serious air of perfection, with devotedly designed interiors, 42 sumptuous rooms and suites, a well-stocked bar and two tantalising restaurants – the 3 AA Rosette Àclèaf, Mayflower Brasserie and the Great Hall where lighter bites and afternoon tea is served.

To dine at Àclèaf and enjoy the Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Summer Menu click here

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