About Louis Roederer
Louis Roederer is a champagne producer in Reims, France. This business was initiated in 1776. It was later integrated and later renamed in 1833 by Louis Roederer. It is one of the few family-run and independent champagne houses or maisons de champagne. Louis Roederer champagne gets shipped yearly (more than 3.5 million bottles) to over a hundred countries worldwide.
Initially, the company was called Dubois Pere and Fils until Louis Roederer inherited it in 1833 from his uncle and then named it. He worked at setting target markets abroad. He concentrated his efforts in different countries, including Russia. Louis Roederer was named by Tsar Nicholas as the official imperial court of Russia's wine supplier. US prohibition and the Russian revolution brought about major difficulties in the 20th century, but the business was re-established and he became a leader in wine production. Cristal was made available commercially in 1945. Even with former generals and officers of the Russian imperial arm being in exile, they still took the champagne. Louis is still one of the best companies specializing in wine production. At the cellar, you find a representation of about 5 years of sales.
The vineyard covers 240 hectares, and two-thirds of grapes are produced here as they are needed for production purposes. However, all other fruit is sourced from well-established farming contacts. Vintage cuvees include chardonnay, rose vintage, pinot noir, and vintage in a proportion of 7:3. Roederer production is about 3.5 million bottles annually. 70 to 80 per cent happens to be Louis Roederer Brut Premier. This is a non-vintage that combines about 4 vintage wines. In its portfolio, Louis Roederer holds chateau Haut Beausejour and Chateau de Pez estates. They have interests in other estates as well. The group also included Scharffenberger in California, Roederer Estate, Domaines Ott in Provence, Ramos Pinto Port in Portugal, and Champagne Deutz. The vineyards are distributed across the main champagne zones, the cite des Blancs, Vallee de la Marne, and Montagne de Reins. Biodynamic principles are employed in cultivation.
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