Champagne Ruinart Brut
75 cl Bottle
On September 1, 1729, Nicolas Ruinart wrote the founding act of the Ruinart house, which thus became the first Champagne house in the world. In the middle of the 18th century, Ruinart acquired the old chalk pits located under the city of Reims to store its bottles. Manual harvest, Dosage 8g/l. The house ensures respect for the environment and biodiversity.
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DescriptionA brilliant and limpid yellow color with gold highlights. Beautiful brilliance, the effervescence is sustained, with a very present cord. A first nose is fine and fresh, fruity, with notes of white flesh fruits (pear, reinette apple), apricot as well as hazelnuts and fresh almonds. A few floral and spicy notes bring additional complexity. The second nose reveals a beautiful olfactory intensity, on a more brioche and biscuity background. Very frank attack in the mouth. A well-balanced wine, rather round and fleshy on the attack with aromas of ripe fruit (greengage and brugnon). The finish is long, the well integrated dosage gives way to a characteristic freshness of the chardonnay, very present in the blend.
Grape varietyRuinart's signature cuvée is a blend of 40% chardonnay, 40 to 45% pinot noir and 10 to 15% sucker, including 25 to 30% reserve wines from the two previous years.
Alcohol by volume : 12%