Ruinart Rośe NV Champagne
Renowned for its Rosé, Ruinart is not only a historic Champagne house, it is the oldest - and the experience and craftsmanship is ever present. The beautiful and unique shape of its bottle is a tribute to the historic bottles of the eighteenth century. The Chardonnay grape is at the heart of all Ruinart Champagne and mainly harvested from the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims terroirs, creating an intense, fruity and aromatic Rosé Champagne.
This Ruinart Rosé is a perfect complement to a meal from aperitif to dessert but there are a few ingredients which really bring it to life. Try with; thin slices of fine Italian prosciutto, salmon, lamb, veal and red berry desserts.
About the Brand
The House of Ruinart is unlike any other. It was the first established House of Champagne in 1729, the year after the Royal Decree in 1728, whereby Louis XV gave his consent for sparkling wines to be shipped in baskets containing 50 to 100 bottles. Ruinart was the first house to ship Champagne in wooden cases, cementing it as pioneering trailblazers for the whole Champagne region.
In 1817, Louis XVIII granted nobility to François Irénée Ruinart and the heraldic crest which has appeared on the labels of Ruinart bottles ever since. This is a house steeped in history and quality, providing beautiful Champagnes for every occasion.
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The nose is fine, subtle, fresh and spring-like, evoking fragrances of red fruits, cherry, raspberry, wild strawberry and red berries. Their relatively young primary aromas present a wonderful bouquet. On the palate the first impression is balanced and fresh. The wine is supple, round and silky on the palate, developing fruity notes, with a deliciously bold finish.