Cristal, the champagne created by special request of Tsar Alexander II, is one of the world's most famous and highly respected wines. Brut Premier, the company's flagship multi-vintage Champagne, is a distinctive, elegant wine that epitomizes the House style of complexity, depth of flavor and long finish. Roederer is also esteemed for its Brut Vintage, Blanc de Blancs, and Brut Rosé Champagnes.
Distinctive for its ginger and nut elements, this rosé offers complex citrus and biscuit tones on a solid yet very accessible structure. Vinous in character, it has a lovely, lingering finish.
Reginald: Heck no you stupid bugger, this shit cost me 700 pounds.
Rupert: Your paying 700 pounds for a bottle of cris!?!. God save the queen.
The jewel of the House is Cristal, created in 1876 for Tsar Alexander II. This is champagne at its finest, as inspired today as it has always been, the embodiment of elegance and purity.
Cristal is made according to the strictest criteria, based on a drastic process of selection applying to the vintage, the cru, the village, the grapes and finally the wines. Only Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes from the House’s 10 most celebrated crus are used in the production of this legendary cuvée.
Just sip some Cristal with these real niggaz
Steven: Oh hell yeah!
A pricey celebration wine that is often used to illustrate an expensive and lavish lifestyle of conspicuous consumption by the mainstream but in actuality considered an excellent champagne by experienced tasters.
Ironically, it is now vocally outcasted by the same hip-hop artists that popularized the wine to mainstream urban culture as a result of recent comments made by the company's new managing director.
Also compared with other expensive Champagnes such as Dom Perignon, and Krug.
Characterized by its uniquely clear bottle and celophane wrapper.
An excellent candidate as a Veblen good.
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