Ruinart de Ruinart rosé AOC - Champagne Brut - 37,5 cl

The color is a delicate pomegranate pink, with very light orange reflections. The effervescence is lively and light, with a persistent cordon.

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SKU
51244670
delivered from 31/01/23
37.5 cl
€49.90
€133.07 / l
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Ruinart Rosé is a champagne of great conviviality that will be enjoyed throughout a meal, from the aperitif to the dessert.

Pairings: from an Andalusian gazpacho to a beef tataki, Ruinart Rosé enhances the simplicity of raw ingredients and simple compositions. Unless it's time for a more sophisticated meal, where Ruinart Rosé will reveal its aromas with some prawns sautéed with Thai basil, a rack of lamb flavored with thyme flower and ras elhanout.

 

Tasting notes : Ruinart Rosé is first presented to the eye, revealing a pomegranate color hemmed with orange reflections. The nose is subtle and fresh, offering first an original palette of exotic fruits and small red fruits. Notes of rose and pomegranate complete this complex and intense aromatic profile, dominated by primary aromas that are not very evolved. On the palate, the attack is frank, the mouth silky and fleshy carried by aromas of pomegranate, guava and lychee of pink grapefruit and peppermint. Ruinart Rosé unfolds a complex aromatic bouquet, woven of echoes and correspondences - so many notes ready to reveal their singularity during exotic meals.

 

Winemaking and vineyards: Ruinart was founded on September 1, 1729 by Nicolas Ruinart. His uncle, an erudite Benedictine monk, Dom Thierry Ruinart, had an intuition of genius. He sensed that this new "sparkling wine", developed in his native Champagne region and loved by the European royal courts, had a bright future. The creation of Ruinart coincided with the birth of the "Age of Enlightenment" in France and the French art of living. A true culture of good and beautiful was born in France, favoring a fine and elegant, light and sophisticated, delicate and rare taste. Ruinart's wines naturally found their place in this culture. Driven by the permanent quest for excellence and absolutes, the House has chosen Chardonnay, a rare and fragile grape variety, as the common thread running through all its wines.

 

Alcohol level : 12%.

 

Advice on serving and keeping : Recommended serving temperature : 8°C.

Cellaring : To be enjoyed within the year. 

Grape varieties : 45 % chardonnay, 55 % de pinot noir.