Champagne - Champagne Brut Rose' (750 ml.) - Ruinart - Ruinart - 1
Champagne - Champagne Brut Rose' (750 ml.) - Ruinart - Ruinart - 2
Champagne - Champagne Brut Rose' (750 ml.) - Ruinart - Ruinart - 3
Champagne - Champagne Brut Rose' (750 ml.) - Ruinart - Ruinart - 1
Champagne - Champagne Brut Rose' (750 ml.) - Ruinart - Ruinart - 2
Champagne - Champagne Brut Rose' (750 ml.) - Ruinart - Ruinart - 3

Champagne Brut Rose' (750 ml.) - Ruinart

Champagne Brut Rosé by Ruinart is made from a unique balance of the blend of Premier Cru grapes of Chardonnay, the symbolic grape of the Maison, and of Pinot Noir vinified in red. The freshness of the first is fortified by the fullness of the second. Share of 20 to 25% of reserve wines from the two previous vintages. While maintaining an elegant and refined style, it is suitable for accompanying land and sea appetizers, as well as white and delicate meats. Excellent also enjoyed throughout the meal. 


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Product Category
Production Method
Champagne AOC
Premier Cru
Grape / Raw material
pinot noir
Brut Nature - Pas Dosé
pinot noir 55%, chardonnay 45%
Vintage - Cuvée
No Vintage
750 ml.
FR - Champagne
Alcohol Content
12.5% vol.
Service Temperature
6° - 8° C.
Suggested Glass
Flùte transparent
Wine Spectator 92/100, Antonio Galloni 92/100, Robert Parker 89/100, Wine Enthusiast 89/100
Food Matches
Seafood - Shellfish, Fish plates, Raw Fish, Pasta or Rice with Fish
Contains Sulphites
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At the origin of everything we find the name of the Benedictine monk Dom Thierry Ruinart, who lived at the turn of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, theologian and historian, but above all a brilliant, intuitive and visionary person, who at only 23 years, hearing about a new wine still called "Champagne" but particularly in vogue among the Parisian aristocrats, he was able to understand that what was then identified as "vin de bulles", or wine with bubbles, would have a great future. From here he started the story of what is the oldest Maison in the entire Champagne region. A story that officially began on 1 September 1729, when Nicolas Ruinart, 33, a drapery merchant in Reims like the father and grandson of Dom Thierry Ruinart, opened his first accounting register dedicated to the “vin de bulles”. The first bottles are intended for its traditional customers as a gift after the purchase of drapes and fabrics. But Nicolas is a shrewd and refined businessman, gifted with the same pioneering vision as his uncle Thierry Ruinart. History proves him right: only six years later the family abandoned the textile trade to devote themselves to the Champagne trade. The Maison grows rapidly: from 170 bottles sold in 1730 to over 36 thousand in 1761, up to its definitive success in the nineteenth century. A style based on chardonnay and its elegance, without ever losing sight of density and volume. Whether they are Champagne Brut, Champagne Blanc de Blancs or Champagne Rosé, all the Champagne branded Ruinart are unique and recognizable Champagnes, characterized by an unparalleled purity, and which are absolutely worth all the price they cost. Purchased in 1963 by Moët et Chandon, now part of the largest LVMH group, the Ruinart brand continues to be indisputably synonymous with the best and most excellent Champagnes.


4 Rue des Crayères, 51100 Reims, France

Color: slightly garnet pink Perlage: lively and persistent Bouquet: fresh and delicate, with hints of small red fruits and notes of pomegranate Taste: clear and rich, full and citrus hints of pink grapefruit.


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