Roederer Carte Blanche Demi-Sec

Cuvee: Demi-sec
Vintage: Multi-Vintage

Louis Roederer Carte Blanche Demi-Sec

Creamy and full, Carte Blanche Demi-Sec is made from several vintages from in-house grapes, bought at the time by Léon Olry Roederer to reconstruct his vineyard after the destruction of Roederer’s estate during the First World War , so guaranteeing a constant taste whatever the year of harvesting balanced. The result is a rounded wine – also thanks to the use of reserve wines and a partial malolactic fermentation - result is a rounded taste but balanced with a fine acidity thanks to a savy mix of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.


40% Pinot noir - 40% Chardonnay - 20% Pinot Meunier - 5% of wines are matured in oak casks with weekly batonnage - 10% of reserve wines are matured in casks – Partial malolactic fermentation. Carte Blanche uses all 3 Champagne grape varieties from more than 40 different plots. The wine is an assemblage of 6 years of harvesting, a part of which comes from the Louis Roederer reserve wine collection, matured in oak casks for several years. It is matured for 3 years in the cellar and rested for 6 months after disgorgement to perfect maturity.

Dosage : 45g/l

Tasting Notes


Gold yellow with fine bubbles


Floral tones (honey) ,notes of ripe sweet fruits (caramelised apple), and warm sugar almonds (frangipane).


Rich, creamy texture provided by the dosage, with great length but without being heavy.

Food Pairing

Eggs and quiches, spoon sweets and creamy cakes.

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