This is not the usual Louis Roederer champagne. It is a little masterpiece, definitely something out of the ordinary, but you’ll love it. A symphony of purity and elegance.
This premium brut champagne will give you a perfect opportunity to move away from the usual habits and try something memorably tasteful and prestigious! It is a cristal champagne that will perfectly satisfy your need for premium champagne taste. It is one of the best tasting champagnes too!
Make way for a masterpiece vintage from the champagne cellars of the prestigious house Louis Roederer, the Cristal 2007! This Brut has been produced on the basis of 60% Pinot noir and 40% Chardonnay. It offers you a nose of fresh cucumber, crisp apple and exciting fennel. The palate shines with a complex mixture of vanilla and raw almond making the cristal champagne even more stunning. All these smartly picked ingredients will help you experience an exceptionally soothing yet stimulating finish that will leave you yearning after more.
The premium package, along with the guaranteed quality of taste makes it a classy gift option.
Get the Louis Roederer Cristal 2007 in an elegant gift box and enjoy its exclusive character!
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The Louis Roederer Cristal Brut is a Tsar's wine. This famous champagne was created in 1876 to satisfy the demanding tastes of Tsar Alexander II. The emperor asked Louis Roederer to create a special cuvée which was unique, in both style and bottle design. So Louis Roederer offered him an exceptional flat-bottomed, transparant crystal bottle, containing the fruit of vines selected from the seven great crus on his estate. This cuvée would be offered in only the truly 'great' years in which the ripeness of the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes could provide the subtle, precise balance that have now become the distinction of the leading prestige cuvée of champagne.
Volume: 75 cl
Type: white champagne brut
Chateau: Louis Roederer
Origin: France, Champagne
Grapes: 58% Pinot Noir, 42% Chardonnay
Ideal serving temp.: 8-10°C