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NV Louis Roederer Brut Premier
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Champagne
NV Louis Roederer Brut Premier

Producer: Louis Roederer
Style: Sparkling
Grape Type: Champagne Blend
Origin: France
Region: Champagne

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89 Points | Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine
91 Points | International Wine Cellar , December 2013

(roughly 60% pinot noir, 30% chardonnay and 10% pinot meunier; L037415C108930):  Bright yellow-gold.  Mineral-accented lemon curd and green apple on the nose, with a spicy topnote.  Penetrating and dry on entry, then fleshier in the mid-palate, offering intense orchard fruit and buttered toast flavors with a touch of bitter cherry pit.  Shows impressive focus and lift on the taut, stony finish, which features a suave floral quality.  This bottling is consistently among the very best big-house "basic" NV Champagnes.

91 Points | Wine Spectator

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Emotion of a work of art
12/22/2009
by Bernabeu13720378
Very difficult to find a better non vintage, perfect balance, between youth and age, vinosity and freshness, delicate and rounded.
Bubbles and Yeast
06/29/2008
by Meadows12739424
Beautiful thick mousse gives way to extensive micro-carbonation. Bubbles cling to all parts of the flute with a full, biscuity nose. Definitely superior to the Vueve Cliquot Yellow Label for those who desire a full-bodied, yeasty champagne. The Roederer also rivals the slightly more expensive Bollinger Special Cuvee. I will definitely buy this wine again.
Food friendly pleasure
06/27/2005
by Tales
It is difficult to imagine that we drank the same wine as the previous reviewers. Fragrances and flavors of meat and leather gave way in about half an hour to a yeasty wine with a creamy texture. We paired it with a hot Washington summer evening, steamed fresh Maine lobster, buttered corn and bread, and smiled from ear to ear with pleasure. Not, however, a wine that we would likely want to drink without rich food.

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Champagne-making is the highly refined art of blending base wines into a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. These component wines come from different grape varieties (the white grape Chardonnay and the red varieties Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier) and from different villages and vineyards. And because only four or five harvests per decade...
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