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Champagne specialist Tim Hall, Director, Scala School of Wine, UK Champagne Ambassador 2013-14, files this report of an exclusive interview on 10 September with Louis Roederer’s celebrated winemaker about, inter alia, the small but pretty perfectly-formed 2015 vintage. He took this … Continue reading

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Champagne used to be very sweet.  Very sweet indeed. You could ask Czar Alexander of Russia if he was still here. Over 200g/L of sweetness in the 18th and much of the 19th centuries. The Brits are probably to blame … Continue reading

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The leading house of Louis Roederer is Champagne gold standard. There may even be a temptation to take their excellence for granted without paying enough attention to the wines, because they command so much affection as one of the few independently … Continue reading

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