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Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV Champagne

The Experience

Drink When...
An unexpected windfall
Listen To...
Stevie Wonder
Think About...
About how to spend it
Drink With...
Lobster Thermidor

The Oddbins Take

Could this Champagne house be the king of all Champagne? It's a good bet, and you won't get better odds on many other candidates. Roederer certainly have the pedigree and the reputation. After all, it is they who are responsible for making a certain something called Cristal, if you've heard of that one. The one we have here however, is their standard, and what a standard it is too. Dry, delicate with a yeasty depth to it, this is class in a glass!

The Vital Statistics

AOC Champagne
Non Vintage
Bottle Size
Regular - 750ml
Residual Sugar
10 g/l
Alcohol Units

In stock



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The Style

Pinot Noir (40%), Chardonnay (40%), Pinot Meunier (20%)
Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet

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Jane MacQuitty in The Times, 6/6/15: "I have long had a soft spot for the gorgeous, rich, honeyed, biscuity flavours of Roederer's Brut Premier, around 40 per cent each of pinot noir and chardonnay, but topped up with a good dollop of pinot meunier too. Roederer's elegant fruit and persistent mousse is precisely what you would expect from one of the few grandes marques champagne houses to remain family-run and, more importantly, whose own vineyards account for almost two thirds of its Brut Premier grapes. Delicious now, even finer next summer."
Established in 1776, Louis Roederer is one of the few remaining family-owned ‘grand marque’ Champagne houses. Its Brut Premier is assembled from individual wines sourced from over forty different vineyards and from several vintages. Up to 10% of these wines are matured in oak casks. A proportion also undergoes malolactic fermentation. Once assembled and bottled it is matured for three years in the cellar and rested for six months after disgorgement.