2006 Cristal Rosé Vintage Champagne, Louis Roederer
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Founded in 1776, this magnificent champagne house was originally called Dubois Père et Fils until 1833 when the business was acquired by Louis Roederer and renamed. Roederer quickly set about expanding the business and conquering the markets of Germany, Hungary, Sweden and, in particular, Russia.
Roederer’s success was prolific and in 1872, under Louis Roederer II’s management, distribution reached 2.5 million bottles, accounting for 1/10th of the world’s champagne production.
France's most northernmost wine producing region is Champagne, which is without doubt, the source of the world's most celebrated, sparkling wine. The town from which Champagne takes its name is only 90 miles north-east of Paris. The cooler climate, combined with the areas limestone soils, give Champagne its freshness, delicacy, and rich complexity.
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