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Roeder Brut Premiere Premier 5 NV
A blend of 56% Pinot Noir, 34% Chardonnay, 10% Pinot Meunier. An additional 10% of reserve wines are added to give extra complexity and character. Louis Roederer Brut spends an average of 3 years on lees and 6 months in bottle. A clean and creamy structure with toast and almonds on the palate, delicious smooth and mature.
Editorial Reviews for Roeder Brut Premiere Premier 5
Write your review here, and rate the wine from 1 to 5 glasses above.Louis Roederer NV Brut - As usual this is very youthful right off the shelf, and benefits from 2-6 years in the cellar, but his has the classic slightly yeasty, apple and toasted, buttery almonds. In the mouth it was predictably tight but combined admirably weight and depth with fine balance and an acid driven, refreshing finish. 91pts
Roederer tends to fit my palate like a good, custom-made shoe. In keeping with the season, there is lots of Christmas Cake on the nose with toasty almond and more candied fruit on entry. The mousse is rich and fine with a continuous outpouring of carbonated spring bubbles long after the first pour. Finish is long and tasty with more candied fruit and a purity of flavor beyond the price. Excellent value!
Bold yet refined. Pours a slightly pale straw colour but the bubbles are fats and small and last long after the bottle has been opened. But the flavour is a powerful and very sweet, biscuit with hints of apple and nuts. One of my favourite NV Champagne's.
Creamy, elegant and gorgeous champagne. Complex layers of pear, spice, honey and vanilla in a smooth, polished style. Very refined and long, complex finish. Great option for NYE! - Tasted at Marché Bacchus 12/12/09
Really nice citrus and fruity notes along with some bread and toast nuances. Bright acidity that lent a very crisp feel to the wine. The tartness of the acidity in the wine gave way to a smooth, creamy mouthfeel that persisted through the decently long finish. This wine had a nice complexity and was far from one-dimensional. I really enjoyed this Champagne and I would definitely recommend it.
Really excellent value. Very full with toasty yeast notes and a mega-long finish. I don't think there's any true Champagne that I like more at this price point.
Nice yeasty entry level champagne. Fine Mousseux and lasting Collier. Brioche and Grapefruit.
Very tart, almond, apple and biscotti.
External Reviews for Roeder Brut Premiere Premier 5
A beautifully integrated wine that shows richness even a touch of toasty age to go with apple and intense acidity. The acidity shows so well against the rich backdrop of ripe fruits and a final edgy texture.
Bright and racy, this Champagne begins with a whiff of yeast, then settles into pear, citrus and mineral flavors, etched into a steely frame. Fine, biscuitlike finish. Drink now through 2002.
A Pinot-dominated cuvee, full-bodied and powerful, hinting at red berry, citrus and honey notes. It starts out elegantly, gaining grip and intensity, with appealing flavors and a persistent finish. Drink now.
A breeze of flavor, Roederer’s Brut Premier seems light on the surface, but the flavors make an impression that lasts. That underlying depth hints at the reserve wines in the blend, while the mild, creamy flavors of gooseberry and wheat make it a sophisticated aperitif.
Delicious. Smooth and complex, revealing flavors of yeast, berry, ginger and citrus, allied to a firm structure. Ends with a firm, tactile sensation and an aftertaste of candied citrus. Drink now. Tasted twice, with consistent notes.
Light in texture and generous in flavor offering an appealing array of pastrylike flavors backed by plenty of fruit flavor. Smooth and delicious with a lingering finish.
Firm and compact, with lemon, grapefruit and yeast notes. Picks up a McIntosh apple accent on the finish. Nice length. Drink now.
Food Pairings for Roeder Brut Premiere Premier 5
Dietary Information: Kosher, Organic
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