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Champagne Rosé Brut Dom Ruinart

Item number: BBS00077 2009750
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Vintage: 2009

Denomination: Champagne AOC

Grapes: Pinot Nero Chardonnay

Alcohol: 12.5 %

Format: 0,75 l

Type: Bollicine

Region: Champagne

Origin: Made in France

Occasion: Important occasion

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 Brut Dom Ruinart consists of 85% Chardonnay Grands Crus grapes from the Côte des Blancs and 15% Pinot Noir grapes from the Aÿ Grand Cru. 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. Grapes for the Brut Rose are harvested by hand and are a superb blend of red vinified Chardonnay and Pinot Noir Grande Crus. This is followed by an alcoholic fermentation in temperature controlled stainless steel vats and complete malolactic fermentation. It then ages on the lees for at least 11 years, with a final dosage of 4 g/L. The 2009 vintage was marked by a growth phase that was affected by rain, hail and wind. However, these climate conditions gave way to a dry summer. This allowed the grapes to mature perfectly until the mid-September harvest. Sun exposure combined with cool temperatures enhances the fruit aromas and preserves the right level of acidity that the Maison wants. Dom Ruinart Rosé exhibits a soft pink colour with raspberry reflections. On the first nose, there are spicy notes of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger, mixed with the freshness of citrus fruits such as blood orange and kumquat. The second nose reveals more floral aromas of violet and peonies complemented by notes of fresh iodised oysters. Enveloping and silky on the palate, it has notes of sour berry fruits such as pomegranate and blackcurrants. It then becomes smooth and salty. Firm and intense, the finish is highlighted by a soft bitterness and fine effervescence. The Maison’s Chef de Caves recommend pairing this exceptional Champagne with fatty fish or white meats, garnished by hot spices, citrus fruits or vegetables such as pumpkin or carrot. 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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