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Ruinart Brut Rosé
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Ruinart Brut Rosé

The Ruinart Rosé is a champagne of a great conviviality which one will take pleasure to consume throughout a meal, from the aperitif to the dessert. Color: The color is a pink pomegranate delicate, reflections very slightly orange. The effervescence is lively and light, with a persistent cord. Nose: It is subtle and fresh, first offering an original palette of exotic fruits (guava, lychee), and small red berries (raspberry, cherry, wild strawberry). Pink and pomegranate notes complement this complex and intense aromatic profile, dominated by little evolved primary flavors. Mouth: The attack is frank and full, lulled by a gentle effervescence. The aromas of red fruits just picked are fully expressed. The balance combines roundness gourmande and pretty freshness, which is expressed on an elegant and invigorating touch of mint and pink grapefruit.
Température de service Entre 8 et 10°
Couleur Rosé
Cépages Chardonnay 45%
Pinot Noir 55%
Pays France
Région Champagne
Appellation Champagne
A consommer idéalement de suite jusqu'à 2 ans
Accords mets/vins Charcuterie : Jambon Cru Italien
Poissons de Mer : Saumon mi-cuit en "Tataki"
Viandes Blanches : Filet de Veau cuit à Basse Température
Soupes de fruits : Soupe de Fruits Rouges au Vinaigre Balsamique
Contenance Bouteille (75 cl)
Degré d'alcool 12,5°

Ruinart Brut Rosé

On September 1, 1729, Nicolas Ruinart, clothier of Reims like his father, opens his first book of accounts devoted to the wine of bubbles. He's 33 years old. This book of accounts is a birth certificate: that of the first Champagne House ever created. The first bottles are intended for its traditional customers, who buy sheets and cloths. But Nicolas Ruinart is a wise and refined businessman. He endorsed his uncle's pioneering vision. History gives him reason. Six years later, Maison Ruinart abandoned the fabric trade to devote itself to the trade of champagne. It will henceforth be his only vocation. 170 bottles sold in 1730, 3,000 bottles in 1731, 36,000 in 1761. "In the name of God and the Blessed Virgin," writes the enterprising nephew at the head of his book of accounts. For more than two centuries, the family Ruinart, ennobled and become Ruinart de Brimont in 1817, animates the House with the same constancy. Each generation reveals a head of House with particular talents that he puts to the service of the lineage. Dom Ruinart was the Inspirer, his nephew Nicolas the Founder. Their successors illustrate the permanence of Ruinart but also its capacity to welcome strong and diverse personalities, sources of enrichment. On April 12, 1817, Louis XVIII ennobled François Irénée Ruinart. At the same time as his letters of nobility, the king grants blazoned coats of arms which since appear on the labels of the bottles Ruinart. Mary Kate Charlotte Riboldi, Viscountess Ruinart of Brimont, is one of the most remarkable figures of this lineage. On the death of her husband André Ruinart, this Englishwoman, early orphan and of modest origin, led the House from 1919 to 1925 until her son was of age to succeed him. With elegance and firmness, it restores it after the destruction of the war and allows the Maison Ruinart to continue its quest for quality and durability.
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Température de service Entre 8 et 10°
Couleur Rosé
Cépages Chardonnay 45%
Pinot Noir 55%
Pays France
Région Champagne
Appellation Champagne
A consommer idéalement de suite jusqu'à 2 ans
Accords mets/vins Charcuterie : Jambon Cru Italien
Poissons de Mer : Saumon mi-cuit en "Tataki"
Viandes Blanches : Filet de Veau cuit à Basse Température
Soupes de fruits : Soupe de Fruits Rouges au Vinaigre Balsamique
Contenance Bouteille (75 cl)
Degré d'alcool 12,5°
Domaine Maison Ruinart
Nom du vin Ruinart Rosé
Elevage Incluant 20 à 25% de vins de réserve des deux dernières années
Vendanges Manuelles

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