Louis Roederer and Philippe Starck reveal their champagne Brut Nature 2006
Tuesday, October 7th at 7pm at the New Museum in New York, Roederer and Philippe Starck unveiled their cuvée Brut Nature 2006.
The creator and the French champagne house presented their vintage non-dosed champagne in Paris on September 18th, 2014.
Born from the encounter between Philippe Starck and Frédéric Rouzaud, CEO of Louis Roederer, the Brut Nature vintage 2006 is the fruit of Louis Roederer’s exceptional terroir and their several centuries of prestigious expertise combined with Philippe Starck’s creative intuition.
Philippe Starck has worked with cellar master Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon to elaborate a wine which would transcribe their shared taste for intelligence, elegance and honesty.
“I believe that with any project embarked upon, it is key to get to the heart of the matter, rather than skirt round the edges. If I had accepted to work only on the bottle’s exterior, I would not have achieved something truly authentic. So, for this cuvée, I decided to get involved in the winemaking process itself to ensure that the final bottle would be the fruit of an honest process and a comprehensive collaboration in every way; I knew that this would be the only way to achieve total coherence between the design and the contents. “ Ph.S
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