The Ruinart expresses the personality of this grape. This wine is a burst of flavour, delicacy and refinement. Very fine on the nose and on the palate, with flavours of brioche and honey. Sophisticated, fresh and well-balanced. Go to characteristics
Robe jaune dorée pâle avec de légers reflets verts.
Notes de fruits frais et blancs, d’agrumes mûrs, de fleurs blanches.
Notes agrumes et de brugnon, une joli minéralité en finale. Longue finale rafraîchissante.
Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Fish, Shellfish
Fruits de mer, tartare de bar, sole à la plancha.
Founded in 1729, Ruinart is the oldest house in Champagne, a symbol of world-renowned technique and French lifestyle. With its three centuries of history, it has constantly consolidated the excellence of its wines, instantly recognisable by its specially shaped bottle. The house has made the choice of leaning on Chardonnay grapes, delicate and fragile; a thread tying together its range of bottles. It's finesse, its elegance and its aromatic freshness are revealed during the course of a slow maturation: up to 3 years for non-vintage champagnes, and up to 9 to 10 years for a Dom Ruinart. Discover this sublime house on vinatis.co.uk