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Founded in 1776 in Reims, the Louis Roederer Champagne House has remained family-owned and independent. After over 200 years of existence, the Louis Roederer House is still owned by the same family. Today, headed by Frédéric Rouzaud, who represents the family’s seventh generation, Louis Roederer embodies the excellence of Champagne wines throughout the world, due to its vintages that are crafted like true works of art.
Comprising nearly 241 hectares of vines, the Louis Roederer House’s strength comes from its extraordinary vineyard, made up entirely of Grands and Premiers Crus in the Marne Valley, the Montagne de Reims and the Côte des Blancs. An impressive patchwork of terroirs, the Louis Roederer vineyard is divided into 410 plots that reflect the diversity of the Champagne region’s soils.
Made exclusively from the "La Rivière" vineyard, the Brut Nature Rosé by Philippe Starck 2015 is the fruit of a collaboration between the famous designer Philippe Starck and the prestigious Louis Roederer Champagne House
Starting with a mild and wet winter, 2015 was marked by a hot and dry summer. The rainy spells in August saved the vineyard.
Vinification and ageing
23% of the vinification is carried out in oak. No malolactic fermentation.
Pinot Noir (37%)
Pinot Meunier (17%).
This champagne showcases a beautiful golden yellow colour with bright reflections.
The nose exudes an alluring purity, precision and concentration. Fragrances of citrus zest (lemon, orange) and vanilla (Madagascar bourbon vanilla) blend harmoniously with delicious notes reminiscent of baked apples or nougat.
The full and expressive palate reveals a smooth mouthfeel. Fresh and mineral, the palate exudes aromas of ripe citrus fruits and warm stones and leads to a lively and delicate finish.
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