Ruinart-Brut-Champagne

Champagne Ruinart Brut NV

Champagne, Imported   |    750ml   |    12%
A pioneer in the champagne trade, the Ruinart House has stood out due to its unique know-how and history. The son of Nicolas Ruinart, brother of Dom Ruinart, himself named Nicolas, opened the companies 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 the official act establishing France’s First Champagne House.

A skilful blend of wines made from the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes, Champagne Ruinart Brut is a golden, lively, fruity champagne with the subtle aroma of white fruits which make it an excellent aperitif or the ideal accompaniment for a meal at which champagne is the only wine served. The full extent of its aromas will be brought out by a subtle, sophisticated dish such as lightly sautéed scallops.

"93/ 100. A blend of chardonnay and pinot noir, with a small amount of pinot meunier and a high proportion of reserve wine to reinforce the style and consistency. Captures the aromatics and finesse of the chardonnay, while the pinot brings flesh and palate completeness in it. A wine that is hard to put down, and the bottle is done before you know it." - Ray Jordan, The Weekend West, 6 April 2013.

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A pioneer in the champagne trade, the Ruinart House has stood out due to its unique know-how and history. The son of Nicolas Ruinart, brother of Dom Ruinart, himself named Nicolas, opened the companies 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 the official act establishing France’s First Champagne House.
6
Imported
Champagne
750
12
A skilful blend of wines made from the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes, Ruinart Brut is a golden, lively, fruity champagne with the subtle aroma of white fruits which make it an excellent aperitif or the ideal accompaniment for a meal at which champagne is the only wine served. The full extent of its aromas will be brought out by a subtle, sophisticated dish such as lightly sautéed scallops.

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