The Tasting Table: Champagne Roederer
Next Occurrence : 01 May 2022
Louis Roederer has long been one of the standard-bearers for modern organic and biodynamic viticulture in a region synonymous with fine champagne. It’s a particular favourite of Tasting Australia drinks curator Nick Stock – and this is your chance to experience the stunning range for yourself.
Gather at Rundle Street’s The Exeter – a pub as quirky as its surrounding city – to discover the Louis Roederer story and sip the morning away. The house was founded as Dubois Père & Fils in 1776 and renamed eponymously by Rodererer on inheriting it from his uncle in 1833. It remains one of the few family-owned independent companies run by real wine specialists and produces about three and a half million bottles each year.
Louis Roederer maintains 240 hectares of vineyards across the Montagne de Reims, the Vallée de la Marne and the Côte des Blancs. Seventy-five hectares are cultivated according to biodynamic principles, making it the largest biodynamic estate in the Champagne region.
From $ 145 to $ 145