Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne Jamesse 2 Flute Gift Set 75cl
Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne Gift Set is the latest gift from the House of Louis Roederer Champagne with the new style label and two 'Jamesse' tulip shaped champagne flutes. Louis Roederer's 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 fantastic, structured and elegantly mature wine, with a lively attack and a smooth palate. A structured and elegantly mature wine, with fine bubbles and a nose of fresh fruit and hawthorn. Smooth, complex palate mingling flavours of white-fleshed apple and pear with red berries, blackberries, raspberries and cherries and notes of toast and almonds.
2018 Award Winner of the Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships Supreme World Champion 2018 - Louis Roederer NV Brut Premier in Magnum.
“A vivacious Champagne, finely knit and elegant overall. This is creamy and satiny in texture, with layers of yellow plum, chalk, toast, glazed apricot and lemon curd. Offers a lingering, smoke- tinged finish. Drink now through 2020.” 92 / 100 Alison Napjus - Wine Spectator August 2015
Flagship of Louis Roederer House, the Cristal cuvée, created in 1876, is a unique blend of Grands Crus.
VISIONARY INTUITION THAT LED TO THE CREATION
OF AN EXCEPTIONAL ESTATE
In 1845, Louis Roederer acquired 15 hectares in the Grand Cru vineyards of Verzenay. The idea—which was quite unusual at a time when grapes had little value—was to become a wine grower in order to master the entire process of creating his vintage wines. Ever since, every Louis Roederer vintage originates exclusively from our own vines, which is rare indeed in the Champagne region. The quest for a diversity of terroirs, crus, parcels, and grape varieties in the vineyards (or climats to use the Burgundian expression) was rapidly integrated by the House of Louis Roederer. A groundbreaking strategy was implemented, which involved buying specific parcels selected for their capacity to produce distinctive wines. This strategy is still a core component of the House’s continuing development.
In 2013, Louis Roederer’s vineyards stretched across 240 hectares and include 410 parcels.