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Champagne Roederer

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Champagne Roederer
Champagne
Blanc de blanc
2010 
Notations : 
  • Wine Spectator : 91 points
  • Stephen Tanzer : 92 points
66.00 €
Quantity 
Champagne
0,75 L
CARD-INDEX OF CELLAR
Area : Other areas
Name : Millésimé
Type : Champagne
Grape variety : Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot-Meunier
Structure : Ample, Complex, Finesse, Freshness, Satiny
Families of flavor : Brioche, Butter, Fresh fruits, Spices
Conservation : A boire jusqu'en 2020 et plus
Temperature of service : 10°
Mets/Wines agreements : Carpaccio de Saint-Jacques, Foie gras aux figues, Terrine aux deux saumons
Capacity : Bottle (0,75 L)
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Description :

The 1999 Brut Cuvee William Deutz offers up ripe, tropical fruit, sweet spices, butterscotch and toastiness in a big, extroverted style. The wine comes across as rather rich and dense, but there is just enough minerality to provide a measure of balance and freshness.

Champagne Roederer

Maison Roederer Cuvée Cristal RoedererA key event in the success of Roederer was breaking the Russian market, as achieved by the elder Louis Roederer. As a result the blue-blooded Russians found themselves partial to the odd glass of Roederer Champagne, so much so that Tsar Alexander II requested that a special cuvée be created; one fitting to grace the table of a royal family. And so Louis Roederer II produced Cristal, regarded by many as the first prestige cuvée.

What made this sweet blend so distinctive was the packaging, being bottled in clear crystal rather than ordinary glass. It was a business coup for the Roederer family, although unfortunately one that backfired. The deposition of the Tsar that came with the October Revolution in 1917 meant that the Roederer’s lost their market. They had a lot of unpaid bills, and a large stock of sweet Champagne. But the firm survived, and remains in the hands of Roederer’s descendants to this day.

The range of wines is largely sourced from Roederer’s own vineyards, which provide the majority of the raw materials required. There are very good non-vintage cuvées including Brut Premier, the Extra Dry, Grand Vin Sec and the demi-sec Carte Blanche. These are all Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in a roughly 2:1 proportion, plus a dash of Pinot Meunier. The vintage wines include the Brut Vintage, Rosé Vintage and an oft superb Blanc de Blancs. The latter is obviously 100% Chardonnay, the other two are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in an approximately 7:3 proportion. The rosé is made by addition of red wine rather than the saignée method. And, of course, the aforementioned Cristal, which is also available as a rosé. Cristal is usually an approximately equal blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir; the rose contains more Pinot Noir, and again is made by addition of red wine rather than by skin contact

 

 

Notes de dégustation

Stephen Tanzer : 92 points
"Yellow-gold with a lively bead. Smoky pear and apple aromas are complemented by tarragon, dried rose and smoky lees. Lush and creamy in texture, offering gently sweet orchard and pit fruit flavors and a slow-building mineral quality. A note of toasted almond adds depth to the long, sappy, clinging finish. This is drinking very well now but I’d be in no rush to open mine." (2009)

Robert Parker : 90 points
"The 1999 Brut Cuvee William Deutz offers up ripe, tropical fruit, sweet spices, butterscotch and toastiness in a big, extroverted style. The wine comes across as rather rich and dense, but there is just enough minerality to provide a measure of balance and freshness. This bottle was disgorged on December 18, 2008. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2017." (2009)

Wine Spectator : 91 points
"Deep and toasty, with apple, grapefruit, ginger and spice aromas and flavors. A combination of intensity and finesse, with a firm, chalky finish. Drink now through 2020." (2009)

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