Ruinart - Rose NV - Champagne 75cl Bottle

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Ruinart - Rose NV
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75cl Bottle
£46.64
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Ruinart Rose, as with all Ruinart champagnes, is made with a high proportion of Chardonnay giving great finesse and elegance - so characteristic of Ruinart champagnes.

Presented in an elegant 18th century style bottle, this champagne reveals such a fresh, distinctive, rose petal pink colour. To be served as an aperitif, followed by poultry, white meats.

A blend of 45% Premier Cru Chardonnay and 55% Premier Cru Pinot Noir of which 18% is vinified in red.

Of orange-yellow appearance, rose petal colour. Very fine, profuse and sustained long-lasting bubbles. A very fine nose, subtle and fruity: small red berries such as redcurrant and blackberry. A very intense wine.

A vigorous taste , and well-balanced palate. A fine, smooth, and supple wine with notes of morello cherry. A relatively long finish.



Category(s):     Champagne
Group(s):     Non Vintage Champagne ,   Rose Champagne
Producer: Ruinart   -   www.ruinart.com
ABV:   12.5%
Appellation:   Champagne
Brand:   Ruinart
Champagne Style:   Brut Rose
Colour:   Rose
Country of Origin:   France
Region:   Champagne
Vintage:   NV

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Producer Information

1729: The House of Ruinart was officially founded, for a royal decree allowing champagne wines to be transported in baskets containing 50 or 100 bottles was only issued on 25th May 1728. Prior to that date, wines had only been transported in wooden casks, this obviously being impossible for wines which champanization can only be realised in bottles.
The son of Nicolas Ruinart, brother of Dom Ruinart, himself named Nicolas, thus opened the first account book on 1st september 1729 with the following declaration, in the name of God and the Saint Virgin shall this book be commenced. This entry was to be official act establishing the First Champagne House.
1769: Nicolas Ruinart turned over the firm's management to his son Claude Ruinart. Sales soared to nearly 40.000 bottles.
1798: Irenee Ruinart, the son of Claude Ruinart who headed the firm until 1826, displayed a formidable ability to manage the house through the upheavals of the Revolution, the Empire and the Restoration. Ruinart became one of the leading champagne houses.
1826: Edmond Ruinart succeeded them for an especially notable eight-year period during which he opened up th U.S market. At the same time, he developed the russian market, on which the first shipment dated from 1765.
1827: Edmond Ruinart sailed for American shores aboard a three-masted immigrant ship, and left a colourful description of his voyage which led him to the White House and an introduction to president Jackson.
In 1860 his son, Edgar, ensured the same success on the Russian market; during a long and extremely difficult trip, he meticulously noted all his expenditure and numerous misfortunes.

If the 18th century laid the foundation stones of the House, the 19th century was to be marked by an outstanding commercial expansion, and the 20th century by the communication era. Andre Ruinart's enthusiasm for the new spirit of aviation led him to offer a prize of 12,500 gold francs for the first cross-channel flight. The artist Mucha designed prints for the House to commemorate the event.
Today their successors strive relentlessly to develop and promote the brand name in order to perpetuate the Ruinart 'art de vivre'; to move with its time and to be associated with the most prestigious events.
On the eve of the 3rd millennium, on the occasion of the 270th anniversary of the House of Ruinart, the memory of the great Benedictine monk Dom Ruinart was perpetuated in September 1999 with the creation of his bronze statue, which can now be admired in the courtyard of Champagne Ruinart.

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