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Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne NV

$58.99
 The freshness, finesse, and brightness of our 'Brut Premier' make it the perfect wine for festive occasions, or anytime. Its structured texture, richness, and length are distinct and special. This is a full, complex wine that is both rich and powerful, whilst remaining a great classic.  - Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon, Cellar Master, Roederer Estate

 Louis Roederer has been synonymous with the world's great Champagnes since 1776. Brut Premier is the House's flagship multi-vintage Champagne and its most popular and best-selling wine. It's the Champagne that sets the house style for this esteemed producer.

Brut Premier characterizes the timeless Louis Roederer style with the combination of fresh, youthful fruitiness and the vinous qualities of a fully matured wine. It is a structured wine with a lively attack and a smooth palate. Brut Premier comes in antique-colored bottles that filter out nearly 100 percent of light and are light weight.

Critical Acclaim:
Decanter Magazine
94 Points
42% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay, 18% Meunier from 55% estate vineyards; 16% fermented and matured in oak casks; 30% malolactic. The rise and evolution of this cuvée over the past 15 years, and particularly since the construction of its dedicated facility in 2007, has showed no sign of slowing today, as Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon continues his fanatical regime of experimenting, tweaking and refining every detail. I’ve long adored Brut Premier, a grand pinnacle and dependable bargain in the non-vintage Champagne stakes.

James Suckling
93 Points

This has a core of fresh, extremely fleshy and attractive peaches and lemons from a ripe year. The delicacy and purity of this Champagne is stunning, as is its gently powerful nature. Such great purity here. In great form!p>

Wine & Spirits
92 Points

This is a distinctly red-fruited release of Brut Premier, the only Roederer wine that consistently includes some softer lots taken through malolactic conversion. It tastes like chalk infused with the sweet juice of fraises des bois, deepening to raspberries, lasting on spice. There’s tension to the wine so it finishes clean, but it’s also “fun to drink,” as one taster noted, “with the dosage the wine needed.” 

Wine Spectator
92 Points
This vibrant version is finely knit and elegant, with floral, toast and smoke aromas on the nose and flavors of crème de cassis and lemon curd riding the lacy mousse.