Ruinart, the very first Champagne House founded in 1729, is an essential reference. The historic Ruinart Champagne House owes its creation to the visionary and pioneering monk, Dom Thierry Ruinart. Located in the heart of Reims, the Ruinart House watches over a treasure. Unique, historical landmarks and architectural prowesses, the Ruinart chalk quarries have been classified as a historic site since 1931 and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2015. Located at nearly 40 metres below ground, in the dark and cool cathedral-like cellars, the precious bottles wait to be brought to light. Elegance, style and timelessness define the DNA of the Ruinart Champagne House, which is one of the most valued brands in France, embodying the excellence of the French ‘’art de vivre’’ in all four corners of the world.
In the 18th century, the Ruinart Champagne House innovated by producing the first Rose champagne, Ruinart Rose, renowned for its great delicacy.
Pinot Noir (55%) of which 18 to 19% is vinified into red wine. This blend harmoniously combines the freshness of Chardonnay with the roundness and character of Pinot Noir and is completed by 20 to 25% reserve wines from the last two years.
Pomegranate-colored with orange reflections, Ruinart Rose champagne has lively and very light bubbles, with an extremely persistent cord.
This champagne seduces with its combination of subtlety and freshness, first developing aromas of exotic fruits and small red fruits, before letting fine notes of roses and pomegranates come through to complete its complexity and sublime intensity.
The palate reveals a frank attack, offering flavors of crunchy red fruits, as well as a formidable balance. This Rose champagne is delicious and fresh, before an elegant and lively finish combining minty and citrus notes.