Louis Roederer is not just about Cristal – although that is one of the greatest wines in Champagne, if you can keep it long enough to let it develop – they are great producers across the range. The Brut Premier is one of the most consistent and high-quality NVs on the market, thanks to Roederer’s great vineyard holdings and unrivalled collection of reserve wines. You can’t go far wrong with the rosé, blanc de blancs, or any of the vintage wines either.

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Louis Roederer - a chosen few from us

Brut Premier, Louis Roederer

£45 £29.99

Famed for producing the exclusive Champagne Cristal, Louis Roederer has been making deliciously rich Champagne since 1776. Their tremendous reputation for producing outstanding Champagne has enabled them to remain independent, farming most of their own magnificent vineyards.

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Cuvée Cristal 2007, Louis Roederer, 150cl

£441

Louis Roederer's Cristal is one of the most sought-after of all Champagnes and has a long and distinguished history. The wine itself is full-bodied and powerful but balanced, fully deserving of its stellar reputation.

In 1876 Tsar Alexander II of Russia, fearing that a bomb hidden behind the conventional green glass of a Champagne bottle might be used to assassinate him, ordered a Champagne to be produced in a clear glass bottle and without the traditional bell-shaped base. In order to ensure that this bottle shape was able to cope with the pressure, it had to be manufactured from lead crystal, and hence became known as Cristal. If stored correctly the wines develop an extraordinary complexity over many years. The difficulty is in persuading anybody to resist temptation and keep it that long.

Cuvée Cristal 2009, Louis Roederer

£163.80

Louis Roederer's Cristal is one of the most sought-after of all Champagnes and has a long and distinguished history. The wine itself is full-bodied and powerful but balanced, fully deserving of its stellar reputation.

In 1876 Tsar Alexander II of Russia, fearing that a bomb hidden behind the conventional green glass of a Champagne bottle might be used to assassinate him, ordered a Champagne to be produced in a clear glass bottle and without the traditional bell-shaped base. In order to ensure that this bottle shape was able to cope with the pressure, it had to be manufactured from lead crystal, and hence became known as Cristal. If stored correctly the wines develop an extraordinary complexity over many years. The difficulty is in persuading anybody to resist temptation and keep it that long.

Cuvée Cristal 2009, Louis Roederer, 150cl

£428

Louis Roederer's Cristal is one of the most sought-after of all Champagnes and has a long and distinguished history. The wine itself is full-bodied and powerful but balanced, fully deserving of its stellar reputation.

In 1876 Tsar Alexander II of Russia, fearing that a bomb hidden behind the conventional green glass of a Champagne bottle might be used to assassinate him, ordered a Champagne to be produced in a clear glass bottle and without the traditional bell-shaped base. In order to ensure that this bottle shape was able to cope with the pressure, it had to be manufactured from lead crystal, and hence became known as Cristal. If stored correctly the wines develop an extraordinary complexity over many years. The difficulty is in persuading anybody to resist temptation and keep it that long.

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