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Champagne Louis Roederer Cristal 2015 - Champmarket

Champagne Louis Roederer

The search for the diversity of terroirs is an obvious choice for this great Champagne House, still independent and family-owned, whose vineyards cover 240 hectares located in the heart of the best terroirs, Grand Cru and Premier Cru of the Montagne de Reims, the Vallée de la Marne and the CÎte des Blancs. Unique in Champagne region : all Louis Roederer vintages are produced exclusively from their own vines.

Close to nature

Waiting, patience and questioning nourish creation, revealing and sublimating it. This is how the great wines of Champagne Louis Roederer were born.

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6 must-have cuvées

With its must-have cuvées, the 6-bottle box set is ideal for discovering the Louis Roederer champagnes range.

"We are deeply amazed by the magic of Nature, and we strive to serve it as best we can to restore a little of that magic through our Wines."



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In search of the work for over two centuries

Louis Roederer champagnes are born of patient confrontation with the elements, a meeting of talents, a science of balance, a resistant and generous grape, rooted in the soil of Champagne, thus giving birth to a wine with a solar soul and crystalline elegance. Louis Roederer is one of the last great Champagne Houses to remain family-owned and independent.

Louis Roederer Cristal 2014 - Champmarket

A great wine finds its strength in the soil

His successors are driven by the same values: a patient vision of champagne, a heritage approach to the estate, and instinctive boldness.

From the 1870s onwards, Louis Roederer Champagne wines traveled as far as the United States, and as far as Russia to the Tsar’s table, for whom they created a new champagne: the first prestige cuvĂ©e “Cristal” was born in 1876. Its subtlety and elegance have since established Louis Roederer’s reputation for excellence.

In the 1920s, a new blend, Brut Premier, was created. This beautiful blend contributes to the renaissance of the Maison Louis Roederer.

From 1933 onwards, the company, managed by Camille Olry Roederer, enjoyed great success. An avid horse racer (she owns one of the most famous stables in the world) and a well-informed patron of the arts, she elegantly reconnects with the festive dimension and the pleasures of champagne, hosting numerous receptions in her family’s beautiful HĂŽtel Particulier in Reims. These evenings will leave their mark on the history of the House, and win over a new generation of champagne lovers.

An oenologist and agricultural engineer, his grandson Jean-Claude Rouzaud continues to oversee the estate’s integrity. He embarked on an inspired program of vineyard consolidation. Working passionately at the very heart of the business, he cultivates more than ever the spirit of inventiveness that has become the hallmark of the Maison.

Still independent, still family-owned, Maison Louis Roederer is now run by its son, Frédéric Rouzaud, who represents the seventh generation of the family line. With the same patient, unwavering loyalty to its creative vocation, Maison Louis Roederer now ships three million bottles around the world every year.

Louis Roederer Cristal VinothĂšque 2000 - Champmarket

One of the last great Champagne houses still family-owned and independent

When he inherited the House of Champagne in 1833, Louis Roederer, aesthete and entrepreneur, took the visionary step of enriching his vineyards to control every stage in the wine-making process. He forged a unique style, spirit and taste. In the middle of the 19th century, when Louis Roederer acquired vines chosen with instinct and eclecticism in the lands of the great Champagne crus, he went against the grain of the customs and habits of his time.

While some buy grapes, Louis Roederer cherishes the vineyard, deciphers character and methodically acquires the best parcels. With the idea that a great wine is rooted in the land, with a love of tradition and a passion for the future, he has set an exceptional course for the House that will henceforth bear his name.

Louis Roederer Collection 243 - Champmarket
Louis Roederer Brut Nature par Philippe Starck - Champmarket
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Louis Roederer distinguishes itself from other Champagne brands by its relentless pursuit of excellence, reflected in its culture of reasoned viticulture, its preference for Pinot Noir grapes, and its partial malolactic fermentation, testifying to its attention to detail.

Maison Louis Roederer’s CSR policy is unequivocal, committed to sustainable agricultural practices, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, preserving biodiversity and using lighter bottles to minimize the environmental impact of its shipments. Roederer is also committed to promoting ethical practices among its employees, as well as the well-being of local communities.

Louis Roederer cuvĂ©es are mainly made from three noble grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. Pinot Noir, the House’s signature grape variety, is omnipresent, bringing structure, depth and complexity to the wines, while Chardonnay adds freshness and elegance, and Pinot Meunier, roundness and softness.

Ageing Louis Roederer champagnes is a demanding art that varies from cuvée to cuvée. The Cuvée Collection is aged for three years, the Brut and Rosé Vintage for a minimum of 4 years, the Blanc de Blancs for 5 years and the Cuvée de prestige Cristal for over 6 years.

The emblematic cuvĂ©es of the Louis Roederer brand bear witness to the rigor of their elaboration, with pride of place given to the cuvĂ©e Collection, the house’s emblem, synonymous with balance and freshness. CuvĂ©e Vintage, made from a single exceptional harvest, is available in white and rosĂ©, while CuvĂ©e Cristal, the house’s prestige cuvĂ©e, is only produced in the most exceptional years.

The most famous wine of the House of Louis Roederer was born in 1876 to satisfy the demanding taste of Tsar Alexander II. The emperor asked Louis Roederer to reserve for him each year the best vintage of the House, which he particularly appreciated. To accentuate its singularity, this exceptional champagne will be packaged in a flat-bottomed crystal bottle. This cuvée is a jewel of complexity and elegance, with its subtle aromas of white flowers, citrus and dried fruit, its rich, deep flavor revealing notes of honey, walnut and brioche.

Louis Roederer cuvées evoke multiple flavors and aromas, from fresh fruit to spicy and toasty notes, depending on the cuvée and the Vintage. Cuvée Collection reveals aromas of green apple and pear, while Cuvée Cristal stands out for its complexity, with notes of hazelnut, honey and brioche.

Louis Roederer champagnes go perfectly with a wide variety of dishes, from seafood to poultry and mild cheeses. Cuvée Cristal, for its part, goes particularly well with rich, spicy dishes such as lobster with vanilla, foie gras and top-of-the-range sushi.