Champagne - Champagne Brut 'Cristal' 2014 (750 ml.) - Louis Roederer - Louis Roederer - 1
Champagne - Champagne Brut 'Cristal' 2014 (750 ml.) - Louis Roederer - Louis Roederer - 2
Champagne - Champagne Brut 'Cristal' 2014 (750 ml.) - Louis Roederer - Louis Roederer - 3
Champagne - Champagne Brut 'Cristal' 2014 (750 ml.) - Louis Roederer - Louis Roederer - 1
Champagne - Champagne Brut 'Cristal' 2014 (750 ml.) - Louis Roederer - Louis Roederer - 2
Champagne - Champagne Brut 'Cristal' 2014 (750 ml.) - Louis Roederer - Louis Roederer - 3

Champagne Brut 'Cristal' 2014 (750 ml.) - Louis Roederer

2014 was a bright year for Louis Roederer's 'Cristal', in which the fruit and finesse gave their maximum splendour. A year of full sun, the result of a generous and perfectly ripe harvest, the Cristal 2014 takes on its complete identity. Delicate and increasingly environmentally friendly sustainable cultivation techniques have brought the maximum balance between maturity and freshness. With its rich, fleshy character and exceptional maturity, the 2014 Cristal reveals the intrinsic purity of its aromas with astonishing ease. The power of the fruit blends into a chalky, consistent and saline freshness, offering an extremely delicate persistence. It is brazenly exuberant, with an expressiveness that over time will be able to release its true structure.

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Product Category
Production Method
Champagne AOC
Blanc de Noirs
Grand Cru
Grape / Raw material
pinot noir
Brut Nature - Pas Dosé
60% Pinot noir 40% Chardonnay
6 years
Vintage - Cuvée
Millésime, 2014
750 ml.
FR - Champagne
Alcohol Content
12% vol.
Service Temperature
6° - 8° C.
Suggested Glass
Flùte transparent
Food Matches
Fish plates, Seafood - Shellfish, Raw Fish, Great Events
Contains Sulphites
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When he inherited the Champagne House in 1833, the aesthete and entrepreneur Louis Roederer took a visionary approach to enriching his vines, aiming to master every stage of the wine’s creation. He forged the wine’s unique style, character, and taste. In the mid-nineteenth century, Louis Roederer acquired some of Champagne’s grand cru vineyards—an approach that contrasted sharply with contemporary practices..
While other Houses bought their grapes, Louis Roederer nurtured his vineyards, familiarized himself with the specific characteristics of each parcel, and methodically acquired the finest land. Louis Roederer’s guiding principle was that all great wine depends on the quality of the soil, a passion for tradition, and an astute vision of the future; the fame and reputation of the House of Louis Roederer was firmly established. His heir, Louis Roederer II was equally enlightened and adopted his father’s conscientious approach to the production of champagne, patrimonial estate management, and instinctive audacity.

He also drew inspiration from the many books and drawings he collected with great discernment. In the 1870s, the Louis Roederer Champagne House began to export its wines to the United States, and even to Tsar Alexander II of Russia.

A man of great taste and an inveterate researcher, Louis Roederer II fashioned an exclusive champagne for the Tsar and launched a novel concept: the very first Cuvée de Prestige. It was created in 1876 and named ‘Cristal’. Ever since, the subtleness and elegance of Cristal have forged Louis Roederer’s reputation for excellence.

In the 1920s, the future heir to the House of Louis Roederer, Léon Olry-Roederer consecrated his efforts to creating a highly balanced wine—a consistent and delicate blend of several vintages, to ensure that the wine would always be of the highest quality. This wine would form the basis for the later Brut Premier. This fine blend greatly contributed to the renaissance of the House of Louis Roederer.

After his death, from 1933 onwards, the winery was managed by his strong-minded widow, Camille, who ran the Champagne House with formidable intelligence and singular dynamism. Camille loved horse racing and owned one of the most famous stables in the world; she was also an enlightened patron and embraced the more festive and pleasurable aspects of champagne. Camille Olry-Roederer held many receptions in the family’s Hôtel Particulier in Reims. These parties had a lasting impact on the history of the House and introduced a whole new generation of wine lovers to the joys of Louis Roederer Champagne.

Her grandson, Jean-Claude Rouzaud, an oenologist and agronomist, took over the running of the entire estate and decided to consolidate the vineyards. Through his passionate commitment to the metier of wine-growing, he cultivated more than ever the inventive qualities that are so representative of the House’s philosophy. 

The Louis Roederer House has remained an independent, family-owned company and is now managed by Jean-Claude’s son, Frédéric Rouzaud, who represents the seventh generation of the lineage. With the same patience and unshakeable faith in its creative vocation, the House of Louis Roederer’s annual exports total three million bottles around the world. 


21 Bd. Lundy, 51053 Reims, France

Perlage: delicate, fine and persistent.

Color: bright straw.

Bouquet: very large and rich bouquet of candied fruit, white flowers and dried fruit.

Taste: round and firm, full bodied, soft and creamy. Perfect Harmony.

  • James Suckling: 97/100
  • Wine Enthusiast: 97/100
  • Antonio Galloni: 96/100
  • Wine Spectator: 95/100


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