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The challenge of living up to the name of the person who generously created you is no easy task, especially when the product has reached the highest reputation for quality over generations. This is the case of the Louis Roederer house, a benchmark of high quality in champagne. The style reference of a Champagne house is its Non Vintage. Roederer's Brut Premier mixes at least four vintages in a precise combination of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. This follows the patient, sweet wait of 36 months aging before disgorgement, and the wise selection of the exact moment for its release, after another six months in cellars. Brut Premier champagne has been consistently rated as one of the best non-vintage champagnes. Indeed where quality is concerned, Louis Roederer Brut Premier Nebuchadnezzar is a must and continues to delight - as it did in the times of Russian tsars - the most demanding of palates ... a champagne of Kings. In its Nebuchadnezzar 15L format, it proves ideal for generousy sharing at grand banquets.
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Elaboration of Louis Roederer Brut Premier Nebuchadnezzar
Louis Roederer Brut Premier Nebuchadnezzar (Pinot Noir)
Tasting: The Brut Premier is characterized by its balance of freshness and a subtle velvety complexity.
From the first sip, Brut Premier affirms its personality of seduction: the texture is full and generous and, in a quite unexpected way. Integra maturity characteristics associated with refreshing notes and fruity. The wine has a fresh festive finesse.
In the mouth, the wine has structure, richness and longpass mouth. This is a complex wine which itself is modern and powerful, but still a great classic.
A passion for great wines and a desire to compensate for the limits that the "château policy" naturally imposes on the development of Louis Roederer Champagne have, over the years, driven Jean Claude and then Frédéric Rouzaud to acquire an exclusive group of properties around the Champagne House in Reims which, although managed truly independently, share the same philosophy of excellence, and today make up the "Louis Roederer Group".More about the Winery