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Louis Roederer Brut Cristal 2015

Louis Roederer Brut Cristal

2015
95+
PARKER
-3%

£335.00

£324.95

/ 0.75 L btl
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Spec sheet

TypeChampagne
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti12.0%

The wine

The most delicious champagne from Louis Roederer, their Grand Cru, is made with grapes sourced from their best vineyards and only produced in exceptional years.

The much-admired crystal bottle has not changed since 1876 when Czar Alexander II demanded that his personal Cuvée be presented in flat-bottomed crystal bottles, to make them stand out from the rest.

Drinking and storing

Serve between 8ºC and 10ºC

Ratings and awards

201595+ PK
201496 PK98 WS
201396 PK98 SK
201297+ PK98 SK
200995+ PK97 SK
200898 PK100 SK
PK: ParkerSK: SucklingWS: Wine spectator

Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker

If the 2014 vintage was especially open and demonstrative, the 2015 Cristal is going to require more patience. Unwinding in the glass with aromas of citrus oil, crisp stone fruits, white flowers, crushed mint and subtle hints of buttery pastry, it's medium to full-bodied, deep and layered, with a deep, concentrated and rather introverted core of fruit framed by chalky extract and animated by a pretty pinpoint mousse. This is a serious, vinous Champagne that has considerable substance to age and may well evolve along the lines of the lovely 1985.

— William Kelley (20/04/2023)Robert Parker Wine Advocate Vintage 2015 - 95+ PARKER

Customer reviews

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Winemaking

Ageing period80 months

The winery

Louis Roederer Champagne

Louis Roederer Champagne

Louis Roederer, one of the great Champagne "maisons" and one of the few which is still independent and family-run. Over two centuries of tradition and excellence. An entrepreneur and art enthusiast, Louis Roederer inherited the family business in 1833 and gave it its current name. In the mid-19th century he extended the area dedicated to vineyards, acquiring new vines chosen with a mixture of instinct and eclecticism in the Grand Crus areas...

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