“From the outset, the texture is full and generous and, in a fairly unexpected way, integrates characteristics of maturity associated with fruitier and more refreshing notes. The wine has a fresh festive finesse, and in the mouth, the wine has structure, richness and length. It is a full, complex wine that is both modern and powerful, whilst remaining a great classic.” – Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon. 92 points from James Suckling, Wine Advocate & Wine Enthusiast
Founded in 1776 and owned by the same family since 1819, Champagne Louis Roederer is today one of the last major champagne houses to be an independent family affair, which is why we've taken them on.