Frenchman André Michel Pierlot established the Laurent-Perrier wine business in the Champagne area in 1812. The house has earned a reputation for crafting exquisite champagnes in the traditional style. Chardonnay grapes play a significant role in the blending process, giving the champagnes their characteristic elegance and freshness. They have several different kinds of champagne, including Brut, Rosé, and Vintage. They've been matured for a long time on their lees, which contributes to their robust taste. Champagnes from Laurent-Perrier are delicious on their own or as part of a meal, especially when paired with shellfish, chicken, and mild cheeses.