Maison

Louis Roederer

Champagne Louis Roederer

HAND IN HAND WITH NATURE « We are in awe of Nature’s magic, and we strive to serve her as best we can in order to reproduce some of this magic in our wines » Frédéric Rouzaud, CEO

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Since its creation in 1776, Maison Louis Roederer’s objective has been to produce outstanding champagnes driven by its quest for absolute excellence. Louis Roederer remains one of the few independent family-owned champagne houses still run by a descendant of its founders.

Bold choices, often going against the conventions of the day, have enabled Louis Roederer to build up what is a truly exceptional wine estate covering 242 hectares and made up of 410 vineyard plots tended by hand all year round. Its collection of lieux-dits is one of the finest in the whole Champagne region, a remarkable heritage that it values and nurtures, a myriad of crus located in the Montagne de Reims, the Vallée de la Marne and the Côte des Blancs.

Throughout history, our men and women have worked tirelessly to shape the destiny of this Champagne House, cherishing these landscapes whilst forging a unique bond with Nature. In awe of the magic of Nature that guides and accompanies us every day, we strive to reproduce a little bit of her magic in the wines we create. Our gentle cultivation techniques allow us to listen attentively to Nature and understand her every need. Today, our eco-friendly spirit is embedded in every decision and action we take.

In 2020, the Louis Roederer Champagne House entered the third and final year of its organic agriculture audit for half of its vineyards. Its respectful practices, which have been closely adhered to on all of its estates since 2000, are inspired by those of regenerative viticulture, biodynamic viticulture and permaculture. Louis Roederer’s vineyards have also been certified as “Viticulture Durable Champagne” (Sustainable Champagne Viticulture) and “Haute Valeur Environnementale Niveau 3” (Level 3 High Environmental Value), the highest level for such certification, since 2014.