When he inherited the Champagne House in 1833, the cognoscente Louis Roederer implemented his visionary approach to cultivating his vines, aiming to master each stage of the creation of the wine. While other Houses purchased their grapes from outside sources, Louis Roederer put his efforts in his own vineyards and methodically acquired the finest land for expansion of his guiding principle that all great wine depends on the quality of the soil, a passion for tradition and an astute vision of the future. With this less than the traditional approach, the fame and reputation of the House of Louis Roederer was established. His heir, Louis Roederer ll adopted his father’s unique approach to the production of champagne, astute estate management, and instinctive audacity. continue

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