Pol Roger is a Grande Marque Champagne. That doesn't refer to its size or status, but rather to a group of producers who, at the turn of the century, established exacting quality controls for the meticulous, traditional methods of producing the finest Champagne. One of only a few Grande Marque Champagne houses still completely family owned and operated, Pol Roger was established in Epernay in 1849 by Pol Roger. After his death in 1899, his sons added their father's first name to their last name, legally changing the family name to Pol-Roger. This is why the wine and brand names are not hyphenated, but the family name is. Generations of the same families have worked at the same tasks for Pol Roger over the last century and a quarter. Sons have succeeded fathers as winemakers and remeures. The Pol Roger family tradition dictates that the directors of the business know how to perform every single task involved in making and selling their Champagne. As a result, the production, cellar and winemaking staff all have an intertwined, multi-generational rapport. The first market for Champagne, outside of France, was England. Exports began in 1876. In the early 1900s, became the favorite of royalty and connoisseurs. In fact, after Winston Churchill met the Pol-Roger family, they became lifelong friends. Churchill named his favorite race horse Pol Roger, and described 44 Avenue de Champagne (the Pol-Roger family's home) as "The world's most drinkable address." After Sir Winston's death, black bands where wrapped around bottlenecks of Pol Roger Champagne as a gesture of honor. Later, the house further commended the great statesman by naming their luxury Champagne "Cuvee Sir Winston Churchill". It's a wine that certainly would make Sir Winston, a perfectionist, proud...as he once said, "My tastes are simple: I am easily satisfied with the best!" Visit the Pol Roger website.
"This is one of the best Champagnes for the buck. Try this Champagne with sushi or Thai food or even to kick back with on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Dry, zesty, tangy and citrusy, this wine is even fun to drink! Champagne is not just for special occasions anymore and ... more
Intense, yellow gold, sparkling with a myriad of fine bubbles - the Pol Roger trade-mark. The nose is structured, forceful but with subtle mineral notes and hints of lemon, white pepper and ginger. Four-square on the palate, mouth filling, robust and powerful. Touches of minerality, even saltiness, with balance, structure ... more
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