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Louis Roederer - Cristal Rose 2008

Celebrate Your Lottery Win With Louis Roederer – Cristal Rose 2008

Celebrate your lottery win with a bottle of Louis Roederer – Cristal Rose 2008. At £468.58 a bottle (the drinkshop.com) this incredible Champagne is very definitely for those who appreciate (or are starting to appreciate) the finer things in life.

The house of Louis Roederer is one of the last great independent family run Champagne houses. It has been in the hands of the descendents of Louis Roederer since 1833. The name ‘Cristal’ (which is synonymous with the house) was created in 1876 and so named due to its summery character and crystalline elegance.

Louis Roederer – Cristal Rose 2008 £468.58 

Louis Roederer – Cristal Rose 2008 

The attack reveals an aromatic intensity with remarkable fullness and the smooth, sweet flavours of white flowers, red fruits, caramel, and Tarte Tatin. The full, round, and refined texture in the initial attack, which is characteristic of the Louis Roederer Champagne House, is complemented by a winey-though not full-bodied-structure and incredible freshness, giving an impression of great finesse and strengthening the wine’s precision.

You can purchase a bottle of this exceptionally subtle and elegant Champagne online from the Drink Shop for only £468.58. However, if you are buying a bottle with the idea of spraying Champagne over your family and friends then we would recommend buying a bottle of Bisol – Jeio Prosecco Valdobbiadene Brut. This delicious sparkling Prosecco comes from the Veneto region of northeast Italy. It looks amazing in its vintage Champagne-style bottle and at just £13.34 for 75cl is great enough to drink and inexpensive enough to soak the photographer with!

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