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The Ruinart Brut Rose Champange comes in a high quality gift box. Pinkish gold in colour, with fine bead and enduring mousse. Aromas of ripe red summer fruits intertwine with yeasty notes of pastry and cream, giving way to a palate of good acidity, with prominent flavours of raspberry, strawberry and morello cherry, with a long finish. Serve as an aperitif, or with fruit based desserts.
History of Ruinart Champagne
The house of Ruinart is unlike any other, it was the first established Champagne house in 1729 and inspired by the intution of a monk well ahead of his time.
In 1729, twenty years after the death of Dom Ruinart, Nicolas Ruinart, Dom Ruinart's nephew, founded the first Champagne House, Maison Ruinart, and forever ingrained his uncle's name and the house in the history books.
This success of the House of Ruinart was founded on a discreet yet consequential revolution. The Royal Decree of May 25, 1728 whereby Louis XV gave his consent for sparkling wines to be shipped in baskets containing 50 to 100 bottles.
Ruinart was the first Champagne house to ship Rose Champagne sucessfully across Europe.
This quest for perfection is particularly illustrated by the predominance of the Chardonnay grape, which is included in the composition of the whole Ruinart range and of the prestigious Dom Ruinart champagnes, flowing through them and enhancing them like a golden thread.
The Chardonnay illuminates all these wines, exalting their brilliance and creating the particular fluidity that makes them so distinctive. These qualities have perpetuated Ruinart’s culture and style over the years, making it today the aesthete of champagne that is recognised the world over.