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Louis Roederer Brut Rose Millesime 2011 Champagne

56,40 € incl. VAT
47,00 € excl. VAT

4.7/5   (1 Guides)

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"An unforgettable Champagne among the greatest from the Louis Roederer House".

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Louis Roederer Rosé 2011 is a blend of Premier Cru and Grand Cru for 62% Pinot Noir and 38% Chardonnay among which about 15% of the wines were vinified in wooden casks in oak barrels.

The Louis Roederer House uses the bleedings method that consists of letting the berries macerate between 5 and 8 days and stop this maceration when the colour reaches the optimum following the House’s criteria, most notably the cellar master’s.

This vintage is matured for 4 years on lees.

The colour is a delicate pink with light blue shades.

The bubble is fine and the bouquet is intertwined with fragrances of sweet flowers like lily or honeysuckle, a bit acidic red berries like redcurrant or wild strawberry and zests of citruses like Corsica tangerine or Menton lemon.

To the palate : crunchy and mature attack of Pinot Noir selected from the south of Cumières, classified Premier Cru, enhanced by Chardonnays, also selected north of Chouilly, classified Grand Cru.

A symphony of excellences, to enjoy around 10 to 12°C with a grilled lobster or sauced fishes like burbot with saffron or turbot or even scallops on a bed of leeks.

Size :Bottle 0,75L
Appellation :Champagne
Vintage :2011

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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