Champagne at its finest and fit for a Russian royal family. Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne Brut was the official champagne served to the Imperial Court of Russia!
Gangsta rappers sing about it and it’s famous for the flat-bottomed “crystal” clear bottle complete with anti-UV cellophane. Created in 1876, Alexander II, fearing assassination, ordered that the bottles be made of clear glass to avoid having a bomb hidden in a typical green bottle. Paranoid or what!
As well as being wrapped in its famous anti UV-cellophane this amazing Champagne also comes in a Louis Roederer Cristal branded gift box.
This is the much anticipated 2008 release of Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne Brut – with a handful of perfect 100/100 scores and Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate calling it “This is the finest you can get from Champagne“. Heck, even Roederer’s cellar master Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon couldn’t hide his excitement. “This year will be my 30th harvest at Roederer and the 2008 is my best Cristal ever on the market”
Note: This bottle has been carefully stored in our temperature controlled wine cellar.