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Louis Roederer Vintage Rosé is a unique and rare Champagne of exceptional style thanks to the very particular way in ...Read more...
This is an exceptional wine, as is the vintage. The fruits-grapefruit, crisp red apple-balance with a fine yeasty character. There is a great depth... Read more
Sein Bukett kann als das eines besonders reifen Weines beschrieben werden, mit Aromen von kleinen roten Früchten, Vanille und süßem Hefebrot, insge... Read more
A Champagne Blend wine from Champagne in France. 2000 Roederer, Louis Cristal Rose 1500ml Read more
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This is an exceptional wine, as is the vintage. The fruits-grapefruit, crisp red apple-balance with a fine yeasty character. There is a great depth of flavor, the fruits going in a pure line of freshness. The one problem is that it is much too young, the result of the demand from the market for the next vintage. Age this wine for at least four years.
Sein Bukett kann als das eines besonders reifen Weines beschrieben werden, mit Aromen von kleinen roten Früchten, Vanille und süßem Hefebrot, insgesamt hat er eine sehr komplexe Struktur und einen langen Abgang.
A Champagne Blend wine from Champagne in France. 2000 Roederer, Louis Cristal Rose 1500ml
( 74) Pale gold. Suave vibrant floral nose combines spicy quince lemon and white peach and a salty mineral overlay. Brisk nicely focused and pure with finely etched flavors of peach yellow plum and soft citrus fruits complicated by floral honey mint and macadamia nut. Finishes clean brisk and sharply delineated with a subtle note of sweet butter and excellent length. Stephen Tanzers IWC.
Wine Tasting NotesColor: Fine, regular bubbles, with a very persistent bead.Nose: Intense, fresh and very precise. The bouquet ranges across the entire spectrum of complex flavors, opening with scents of red berries (cherry), crystallized citrus peel and lightly roasted nuts, which after a few minutes airing in the glass is followed by aromas of ageing, such as almond and honey.Palate: An admirably rounded attack brings further proof of the intensity of aroma that is typical of the 2000 vintage. Scents of white flowers mingle with flavors of red berries, caramel and upside-down apple tart. The texture on the front palate has all the roundness, generosity and refinement that is expected of Louis Roederer. The supporting structure is vinous but not overly robust, with a delightful freshness that underscores the wines precision while creating an impression of lasting finesse.Overall assessment: A lush, refined and precise winemoderately powerful, exceptionally seductive and entirely characteristic of this classically ripe vintage.
Distinctive for its ginger and nut elements, this rose offers complex citrus and biscuit tones on a solid yet very accessible structure. Vinous in character, it has a lovely, lingering finish.
A suave customer, with hints of citrus, berry and coffee. Harmonious and refined, with freshness and a bright structure. The finish shows a lot of potential, with a mouthwatering aftertaste. Better than previously reviewed. Drink now through 2030.
Louis Roederer Vintage Rosé is a unique and rare Champagne of exceptional style thanks to the very particular way in which it is made. Indeed, Louis Roederer is one of the few Houses that still use maceration on skins, a delicate method by which Pinot Noir grapes are left to macerate on the press for several hours to extract more fruit and colour. Skin maceration requires highly concentrated and aromatic grapes that only grow on the very old vines of Cumieres and only in exceptional vintages. Blend: 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay. Maturation: an average of four years ageing on lees, plus more than six months after disgorging. Dosage: 11-12g/L of sugar from the dosage liqueur. Tasting notes: Deepish pink appearance. Berry aromas (strawberries, redcurrants and cherries), followed by scents of plants mixed with warmer notes of jam and gingerbread. Generously vinous attack. Honeyed fruit flavours followed by more complex toasty and woody impressions. Choice of food: thanks to its structure and vinosity, Louis Roederer Brut Rosé; is an excellent accompaniment to meals and the perfect accompaniment to fish or meats (lamb, veal, guinea-fowl or even pheasant). To round off the meal, Brut Rose is an ideal complement to creamy cheeses or a soft fruit pudding.
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