Our House’s most famous wine was created in 1876 to satisfy the demanding tastes of Tsar Alexander II. The emperor asked Louis Roederer to reserve the House’s best cuvée for him every year. He was particularly fond of the House’s wine. To distinguish this cuvée, this exceptional champagne came in a flat-bottomed, transparent lead-crystal bottle. The new brand was named after this precious material, which is particularly transparent and luminous.
|Bottle Size||750 ml|
|Rating||98 RP - One of the finest Champagnes I have ever brought to my lips the 1999 Cristal bursts from the glass with fresh hazelnut and apple scents. Elegant deep and silky-textured this medium to full-bodied beauty is immensely concentrated pure packed with apple flavors and astoundingly long in the finish. Louis Roederer does not display a disgorgement date or consumer friendly lot number on its non-vintage Brut. This is regrettable as it has consistently been one of the finer bottlings in this category. RP|