A unique blend of fresh Chardonnay and fruity Pinot Noir. This rosé champagne remains true to the style of the House of Ruinart: fresh, elegant and with a healthy proximity to wine, which makes it an excellent dinner companion.
The elegance of Ruinart Rosé is largely due to the blending of Ruinart’s signature grapes, Chardonnay (45%, from the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims) with Pinot Noir (55%, from the Montagne de Reims and Vallée de la Marne). The grapes are almost exclusively sourced from Premier Cru sites. 20-25% of the blend are reserve wines, 18-19% of the total is Pinot Noir vinified as red wine. Which is how the intensely pink shining chaacquires its heavenly fruity aroma.
One of the best rosé champagnes and, incidentally, the perfect gift, thanks to its unique bottle shape!
- Beautiful as it flows into the glass with a delicate golden-pink color.
- Exotic and fresh on the nose. A pleasant aroma of exotic fruits such as guava and lychee and red fruits such as raspberry, cherry and wild strawberry.
- On the palate, the champagne will win you over with its balance, complexity and elegance. It is at once fresh, exotic and smooth.
- Perfectly suited as an aperitif or for a champagne breakfast for two?
- Excellent with Japanese dishes. 食欲をそそる！
- But also very compatible with lamb, veal or duck.
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.