Louis Roederer Cristal 200775cl Volume
Louis Roederer Cristal 2007
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Not everyone knows that the most famous product of the house Louis Roederer was born in 1876 to satisfy a request of Tsar Alexander II. The emperor of Russia, in fact, asked Louis Roederer to reserve for him every year the best cuvée of the Maison. To make this champagne even more exceptional, a special flat-bottomed crystal bottle was created, a material from which the famous Cristal took its name.
Made only in the great vintages, just like 2007, the Cristal must age for 6 years in the cellar and rest 8 months after disgorging. The Louis Roederer Cristal 2007 can be kept for 20 years without losing its freshness, dictated by fruity and citrus aromas, and its intense character. A truly imperial wine.
|Type Of Wine:||sparkling wine|
|Vintage:||2007 Other vintages|
|Appellation:||Champagne (Champagne, France)|
|Volume:||75cl Other volumes|
|Grapes:||Chardonnay, Pinot Nero, Pinot Noir, Pinot|
|Starting Year For Optimal Consumption:||2015|
|Ending Year For Optimal Consumption:||2021|
|Type Of Sparkling:||Brut|
Description of Louis Roederer Cristal 2007
Louis Roederer Cristal 2007 (Chardonnay, Pinot Nero, Pinot Noir and Pinot)
TASTING NOTES OF Louis Roederer Cristal 2007:
- View: Golden Oak and warm slightly orange highlights. Impeccable, thin, regular and bubble dynamics.
- Nose: an attack of juicy and ripe fruit (pear Williams), slightly tangy red fruit (blackcurrant) notes hot pastry and caramelized apple pie fresh from the oven, notes of white chocolate and hazelnut aromas juxtaposition ripe fruit, with acid and sugar, more roasted notes of parenting.
- Mouth: concentrated attack on the palate with ripe fruit, hints of smoke, depth. silky texture, velvety, almost fluxes, fade and sensual set. A dusty and salt on the tip of the tongue nuances.
VINEYARD: Louis Roederer
GRAPES: 58% Pinot noir - 42% Chardonnay - 15% of wines produced in wood (oak casks) with a weekly bazuqueo.
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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