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Louis Roederer Cristal Rose 2012 Champagne Magnum 1.5L Box


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The finesse and elegance of a Cristal Rosé signed Louis Roederer

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Cristal Rosé 2012 was aged for 7 years in bottles and also benefits from a minimum rest of 8 months after disgorging in order to perfect its maturity.

To develop his rosé champagnes, Louis Roederer has developed over the years a very unique way in Champagne. Called in the House "the infusion", it allows both to extract the juicy and ripe side of Pinots Noirs while preserving great freshness. So some Chardonnay juices are poured into a maceration of Pinots Noirs, to ferment together and blend in perfectly.

A bouquet of restraint and rare elegance. The subtle and evanescent aromas come in the form of delicate scents, so intertwined and complex that it is difficult to describe them.

Slender palate, animated by an effervescence of incredible finesse: the bubbles lighten the substance and the fruity texture. The dominant impression remains the serenity, the delicacy of the fresh fruit and the strength of the tangy freshness of the chalk. The finish reveals a magnificent evanescent length.

Cristal Rosé 2012 is made from a blend of Pinot Noir (56%) and Chardonnay (44%).

Size :Magnum 150cL
Alcohol Degree :12°
Appellation :Champagne Grand Cru
Vintage :2012
Grapes :56% Pinot Noir - 44% Chardonnay
Classification :Grand Cru
Dosage :Brut (6 to 12 g/L)
Agriculture :Biodynamic

It was in 1833 that Louis Roederer inherited his uncle’s House : the Dubois Father and Son Champagne House in Reims, founded in 1776.

In 1876, Louis Roederer II who succeeded his Father in 1870, created, upon request of Alexander II for the Russian tsar’s exclusive consumption, the Crystal vintage, a superior vintage that is an innovation for Champagne.

Then in 1908, tsar Nicolas II gave the title of “official supplier to His Imperial Majesty’s Court”. The crystal bottles carry the tsar’s coat of arms as a medallion.

The House kept growing under the watchful gaze of the next generations, among which Jean-Claude Rouzaud, who managed the House from 1980 to 2006, and Frédéric Rouzaud, his son, the current manager since 2006.

The vineyard spreads on 240 hectares, dispatched on the Reims mountain, the Marne valley, and the Côte des Blancs. Pinot Noir is the main variety.

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