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Rosé Champagne / Champagne AOC / 12,5 % vol
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 20 Brut

CHAMPAGNE RUINART - BRUT ROSE - MAGNUM - SECOND SKIN

1,5 L Rosé Champagne / Champagne AOC / 12,5 % vol

The gourmet expression of the Ruinart taste, marvelously combining finesse and power.
Discover Ruinart Rosé with its new Second skin case in the ideal format: the Magnum! Silky and delicately fleshy, Ruinart Rosé offers a subtle aromatic bouquet with a lovely freshness and a gourmet roundness that explodes in a smooth and full palate. The marriage of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir complements each other wonderfully and reveals a voluptuous and seductive Ruinart Rosé. A must-have from the house of Ruinart to offer or to treat yourself!
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CHAMPAGNE RUINART - BRUT ROSE - MAGNUM - SECOND SKIN
  Champagne Type
Brut
  Grape Variety
45% Chardonnay, 55% Pinot noir
  Sight
Delicate pomegranate pink color accompanied by very subtle orange reflections.
  Smell
Notes of exotic fruits (litchi, guava), small red fruits (strawberry, raspberry, cherry), rose and pomegranate.
  Taste
An explosion of aromas of red fruit, with a sharp and full attack.
  Service Temperature
6-9°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink within 2 years
  Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Deli meats, Fish, Shellfish, White meat, Fruit desserts


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RUINART

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

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