Champagne Louis Roederer / Cristal is distributed in exclusivity by Wine Gallery in Thailand

Founded in 1776, Louis Roederer is one of the last great independent and family-run houses.
As a visionary winegrower, Louis Roederer acquired vineyards. He had 100 hectares in 1850.
They were patiently extended to include the finest terroirs in the Champagne region, in the Grands and Premiers Crus.

It now comprises more than 240 hectares (65% Pinot noir, 35% Chardonnay). This treasure provides 2/3 of the House’s grape requirements, and 100% of all the requirements for the vintages.

75 hectares are cultivated according to biodynamic principles. Louis Roederer is the largest biodynamic estate in the Champagne region. To increase the concentration of its grapes, the yields are limited and 30% lower than those in the Champagne region.

Louis Roederer is doing minimal malolactic fermentation to maintain the fruit’s freshness (zero for the vintages, and partial for Brut Premier). The 410 plots are vinified separately, 25% in oak tuns (for vinosity and complexity) and 75% in stainless steel tanks (for fruitiness and tension).

Around 20% reserve wine is used in Brut Premier. Wines are aged for more than twice the length of time stipulated for the appellation.

3,5 million bottles of Louis Roederer champagne are shipped each year.  75% are exported to more than 100 countries.


A blend of around 40% Pinot noir, 40% Chardonnay, and 20% Pinot Meunier, Brut Premier comprises wine matured in oak tuns produced from three Champagne grape varieties that originate from various crus selected by Louis Roederer. It is aged for 3 years in Louis Roederer’s cellars and left for a minimum of 6 months after disgorging.

We have 3 different sizes of bottle available:

Louis Roedere Brut Premier (Non Vintage)
375 ml

Louis Roederer Brut Premier (Non Vintage)

0.75 L

Louis Roederer Brut Premier (Non Vintage)
Magnum (1.5L) in Deluxe Box


100% Chardonnay, the Blanc de Blancs Vintage cuvée is generally matured on lees for five years and left for a minimum of 6 months after dégorgement (disgorging) to attain perfect maturity.

Vintage and size available: 2011 (0.75 L)


2009 was a continental and sunny year. These optimal conditions have permitted to reach a remarkable grape ripeness, and so to elaborate a dense, fruity Brut Nature.


A blend of around 65% Pinot noir and 35% Chardonnay, 20% of which is wine matured in oak tuns, the Rosé Vintage cuvée is generally matured on lees for 4 years and left for a minimum of 6 months after disgorging to attain perfect maturity.


Produced uniquely during the best years, when the Chardonnay (around 40%) and Pinot noir (around 60%) grapes have attained perfect maturity, Cristal is aged for 6 years in Louis Roederer’s cellars and left for a further 8 months after dégorgement.

Cristal was created in 1876 to satisfy the demanding tastes of Tsar Alexander II. The emperor asked Louis Roederer to
reserve the House’s best cuvée for him every year.
He was particularly fond of the House’s wine. To distinguish this cuvée, this exceptional champagne came in a flat bottomed, transparent lead-crystal bottle.
The new brand was named after this precious material, which is particularly transparent and luminous.

Vintages and sizes available: 

Cristal Brut 2012 Premium box (0.75L)

Cristal Brut 2012 Premium box (1.5 L)


A blend of around 55% Pinot noir and 45% Chardonnay, comprising 20% of wine matured in oak tuns, Cristal Rosé is produced using the saignée (bleeding) process after cold maceration. The Cristal Rosé cuvée is aged, on average, for 6 years in Louis Roederer’s cellars.

Vintages and sizes available:

Cristal Rosé 2008 (0.75L)
Cristal Rosé 2012 (0.75L)

For more information please contact us or visit the official website of Louis Roederer: