97 points Wine Enthusiast
Laurent-Perrier has always preferred to keep its prestige cuvée as a nonvintage blend. With eight years aging after bottling and plenty of reserve wines in the blend, it is a mature wine that is yeasty and toasty in character. To go with that, there is great fruit from the blend that only comes from grand cru vineyards. It’s ready to drink. *#55 Top 100 Wines of 2018*
95 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
The NV Grand Siècle Grande Cuvée is a Grand Cru Brut based on 55% Chardonnay and 45% Pinot Noir from a total of eleven villages. The youngest release is a blend of the (declared) vintages 2002, 1999 and 1998, and has a yellow-golden color that opens beautifully with a clear, deep and complex bouquet. It is pure, ripe and very elegant, mixing pain-aux-raisin and honey flavors with pure chalk. Ample, highly elegant, beautifully matured and fruit-intense, with fine caramel, honey and torrone flavors, this is a well-structured Grand Siècle with great finesse and delicate freshness. Awesome.
94 points Decanter
This blend of three vintages was originally released in early 2016. However this tasting note is from a magnum which was disgorged in October 2017. Predominantly from the elegant 1999 vintage, the nose has a beautiful evolution of confit citrus fruit, toasted hazelnut and a hint of spice. Well-rounded and texturally pleasing with citric characters and a subtle and light style that his easy-drinking.
92 points Wine Spectator
A sweet and subtle note of smoky toasted brioche underscores the baked melon, kumquat and ground ginger flavors of this vibrant Champagne, with a fine, lively mousse.