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Louis Roederer Champagne


Today, the house Louis Roederer still is in the private property. Compared to the further well-known champagne producers such as Krug, Moet Chandon or Taittinger et is this a rare decline. Roederer champagne is today genuine luxury property and with many wine connoisseurs likes. The Roederer Cristal champagne provides just in Miami Beach a great sensation and becomes there every occasion tasted almost or drunk. Louis Roederer has vineyard situation of first class and the Roederer estate contains about 180 hectares of acreage. Roederer produces almost 2 million bottles of high-quality champagne per annum and provides almost 80 per cent of the wine from situations of its own. The acquisition of wine is therefore very low at Roederer and the vintners can rely on a constant quality.

The champagne house Louis Roederer in 1776 was mentioned documentarily for the first time, however, historians assume that there was already the house before. The year 1876 represents a milestone in the history of the Roederer champagnes. This year Louis Roederer delivered the champagne to the Russian Tsar first in a crystal-clear bottle. The Tsar family was already one very good customer for Roederer. This culture cares for Luois Roederer pinkly with his luxus cuvée Roederer Cristal and Roederer Cristal certainly today.

It then came to first actual crisis in the House of Roederer in 1917. Causally released by the Russian revolution Louis Roederer lost nearly 80 per cent of its paragraph the Russian market a substantial value took there. One saved himself about the crisis by selling the large inventory to South America and obtaining partial proceeds so at least. The destiny of the house Roederer became as of the 1930s years of a certain of Camille Orly Roederer led over 40 years for a long time. She is mentioned in the same breath with the well-known champagne personalities as widows Clicquot and Bollinger today.

Roederer champagnes have easily to open a reputation to be storable very long and themselves only after 15 years. Therefore nouveau riche consumption of the Roederer Cristal is a thorn in the eye at many connoisseurs of wine. The bottle become openly far too early without being able to develop the terrific and unique bouquet. Even the family Roederer considers proceeding against this "waste {wastefulness}".

Roederer produces different champagnes:

Louis Roederer Brut Premier

Vintage less apex champagne. He consists of 62 -65 % Pinot-Noir approx. 8% Pinot Meunier and another approx. 30% Chardonnay. Moreover, up to 20 per cent older vintages come brooding premier into the Cuvée at the Roederer. The maturation is carried out on the yeast up to 4 years and therefore promotes the ageing potential. By the bonus of old vintages from barrels premier does the brooding good a light sublime oak tone.

Louis Roederer Carte Blanche

 This is a Demi sec champagne and for after-fees or as apéritif suitably.

Louis Roederer Brut Vintage (Milléssimé)

This hampagne is the vintage champagne of the house Roederer. It is used on average approx. 60 per cent Pinot Noir and 30 per cent Chardonnay. These high-quality champagnes are in the cellars of the house stored and only then to the sell released another 6 years.

Louis Roederer Vintage Brut Rosé (Milléssimé)

This is a vintage rose very expensive for it of Roederer. He is produced from Pinot Noir to over 80 per cent. He is impressive because of the high Pinot Noir share by his intensive fruit in the Cuvee. He pays pinkly to champagnes of the world to the most popular ones today.

Louis Roederer Cristal

This is the luxury champagne of Roederer! The composition consists of approx. 50 to 60 per cent Pinot Noir and about 40 to 50 per cent Chardonnay. Champagne becoming only wines from situations of one's own and the highest quality used for the production of the Roederer Cristal. Only the Cru situations of the house for use therefore come which the quality considerably increases.

Louis Roederer Cristal Rosé Milléssimé

The probably best Rose Champagner was produced for the first time in 1974. He is very expensively and only is produced in a low quantity. The high share in Pinot Noir (over 70 per cent) leads to the terrific colour and the inimitable fruit. Definitely the vintage 1988 at the Roederer Cristal Rose is regarded as century wine and surely can 20 years and more are stored.

The best vintages in the House of Roederer were 1974, 1976, 1979, 1982 and 1986. Then a terrific 1988 and the duo 1989 or 1990. The vintage 1996 stands out at the younger ones.






Here now some tasting notice of  Roederer Champagner:

Louis Roederer Christal Champagner 1981
Wine Spectator: 92/100 (09-1987) A simply delicious Champagne with lots of flavor and charm. It's very clean; crisp and full-bodied with toasty, yeasty, figgy aromas and a delicate creamy texture that shows off the spicy, tart cherry and gingery flavors.

Louis Roederer Christal Champagner 1982
Michael Broadbent: 4**** (03-1991) Lively; firm, still relatively immature. Should be a 5 ***** now

Louis Roederer Christal Champagner 1988
Intriguing and complex, with enticing aromas of fig, butter and toast, backed by mouth-filling flavors of pear, cream and apple. Long on the finish, too. Gorgeous, refined and balanced. Drink now through 1997." Wine Spectator (Wine Spectator, 12/31/1994) Rating: 93 Drink from: 1994 to














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