The jewel in the crown of the Louis Roederer Champagne House is Cristal, created in 1876 for Tsar Alexander II. This is champagne at its finest, as inspired today as it has always been, the embodiment of elegance and...more
Brut Premier is the embodiment of Louis Roederer style, combining all the fruitiness and freshness of youth with the vinosity of a fully mature wine. This is a structured and elegantly mature wine, with a lively attack and a...more
Cabernet Sauvignon 54%, Merlot 36%, Cabernet Franc 10%
A deep and glittering garnet red, the wine has a highly refined nose which develops aromas of graphite, nutmeg, vanilla and dried flowers.
From a supple and attractively...more
Cabernet Sauvignon 67%, Merlot 33%
A very deep and dense purple, the wine has a powerful and elegant nose on opulent aromas of black fruit macerated in spirits, together with notes of mint and camphor, tobacco and mocha.
Cabernet Sauvignon 55%, Merlot 40%, Cabernet Franc 3%, Petit Verdot 2%
A deep and intense garnet red that shows little sign of age, the wine has a precise and intense nose, dominated on airing by sappy aromas of fresh tobacco,...more
Cabernet Sauvignon 55%, Merlot 39%, Cabernet Franc 3%, Petit Verdot 2%, Carmenère 1%
The wine has a deep and glittering colour, shading to brick at the rim, and a solar, intense, slightly minty nose which opens on aromas of...more
2004 will remain in the memory as the driest year since 1962, with only 560 mm of rainfall. The drought conditions began during the winter and continued throughout the spring and summer. Glorious weather in September enabled...more
The grapes were harvested between 21 September and 6 October in conditions that may be described as ideal. Although the atypically dry weather meant that yields were relatively low, the wines show rich, powerful and stylish...more
2006 was a year of surprises, marked by unusual conditions.
Generally speaking the weather was hot and dry, with much higher temperatures than the seasonal average in June, July and September. Such untypical conditions at key...more