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Champagne Rosé Brut

Item number: BBS00076 SVG 750
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Denomination: Champagne AOC

Grapes: Pinot Nero Chardonnay

Alcohol: 12.5 %

Format: 0,75 l

Type: Bollicine

Region: Champagne

Origin: Made in France

Occasion: Romantic dinner

Pairing: Fish and shellfish

Allergens: Solfiti

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TASTING NOTES

Maison Ruinart was founded in 1729 and today forms part of the LVMH group, one of the most renowned Champagne producers in the world. Maison Ruinart stands out thanks to its essential, natural character. Ruinart Rosé is a balanced Champagne created through the harmonious aromatic freshness of Chardonnay, 45% of which comes from the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims, alongside Pinot Noir fruit notes with 43% white and 12% red vinification, which come from the Montagne de Reims and the Vallée de la Marne. Maison Ruinart has always tried to preserve its ancestral savoir-faire, through environmental initiatives and by agreeing to go a step further in its efforts to safeguard the planet. All of the Maison’s Champagnes are aged in the Crayères, the Maison’s historic wine cellars, which were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015. The grapes for the Brut Rosé are harvested by hand, followed by a blend of 30 to 40 Crus, which consists of 20-30% reserve wines taken from different vintages. This is followed by an alcoholic fermentation in temperature controlled stainless steel vats and complete malolactic fermentation. It matures 2 to 3 years in the bottle on lees, with a sugar dosage of 8 g/L. Ruinart Rosé exhibits coral and rosewood shades. Intense aromas of exotic fruit emerge on the first nose, including pomegranate, lychee and guava, alongside notes of damask rose and freshly picked red berry fruits. The second nose reveals hot spices such as tonka beans and nutmeg. In the mouth, this cuvée’s freshness combines with a refined structure and delicate roundness. The tasting ends with an elegant note of peppermint and pink grapefruit. Maison Ruinart’s Chef de Caves recommends pairing this Champagne with fatty fish or shellfish. It can also be paired with cured meats or other meat such as duck. To fully appreciate its style, this Champagne should be served at a temperature of 8–10°C. Read more Read less
THE WINERY

Ruinart

One family, one spirit. Maison Ruinart was founded in 1729, when Nicolas Ruinart, taking advantage of his uncle’s institution, a Benedictine monk in Reims, founded the house that still bears his name today. Today, Ruinart is part of the LVMH group and is one of the most renowned producers of Champagne in the world. There are specific techniques that characterise the history of Maison Ruinart and reveal the essential character of an exceptional experience. At Maison Ruinart, Champagne is a product of the earth, respecting the harmony of nature and treating the fruits it offers with delicacy. The aromatic Chardonnay grape variety forms the basis of all the cuvées and its grapes come mainly from the Côte des Blancs and the Montagne de Reims. Blanc de Blancs is the most representative wine for the house, first appearing in 1959. All Ruinart Champagne is matured in the crayères, the chalk quarries located 38 metres underground at a constant temperature and humidity, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dom Ruinart represents the oldest Champagne produced in history, the forefather of a legendary tradition. Name and address of producer/distributor: Ruinart, 4, rue des Crayères, 51100 Reims - France. Products from this winery should be stored in a cool, dry place away from heat sources.

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