Ruinart’s Blanc de Blancs (100% Chardonnay) is blended with approximately 30 different crus. Smooth, elegant and fresh. The grapes are almost exclusively sourced from Premier Cru sites. 20 to 30% of the blend are reserve wines.
- In the glass a pale yellow with green reflections.
Intense fruity aromas on the nose: ripe lemon, pear, peach.
Fresh and exotic on the palate, but still full-bodied with the smoothness Ruinart is known for.
- Super aperitif
- Goes perfectly with fresh and fruity dishes
- Raw food with fruity, fresh and salty elements in contrast
Marinades of citrus juices and fresh herbs
The Ruinart Champagne House
Ruinart is not only the oldest active champagne house, but also one of the noblest and most luxurious of its kind. Ruinart can look back on three centuries of history: The foundation was laid by Nicolas Ruinart, the nephew of the Benedictine monk Dom Thierry Ruinart. And to this day, the champagnes are aged in the house’s lime vaults, which were acquired in 1769. Ruinart champagnes are unmistakable in character, appearance and taste: harmonious, clear, aromatic and delicate.