Founded in 1776, the Maison Louis Roederer experienced its real boom under the direction of the man who gave it its name, Louis Roederer, who inherited it in 1833. Well imitated by his son, production reached the fantastic figure of 2,500,000 bottles sold in 1872, i.e. a tenth of Champagne production at the time, and end up on the finest tables around the world.
It combines the freshness of youth with the vinosity and roundness of a full-bodied wine. Nose of white fruit and hawthorn.
Grape variety: 40% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Meunier
Taste and flavor: Brut
Alcohol content: 12°
Serve at 10-12°C. It will deliciously accompany shellfish or foie gras on an almond jelly.