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Champagne Ruinart Rosé

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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, to store its bottles, Ruinart acquired these old chalk pits located under the city of Reims. Manual harvest, Dosage 8g/l. The house ensures respect for the environment and biodiversity.
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Ingredients : Champagne
Alcohol by volume : 12%
Grape variety : 45% chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs and the Montagne de Reims. 55% pinot noir from the Montagne de Reims and the Vallée de la Marne, of which 18 to 19% is vinified as red. 20 to 25% reserve wines from the 2 previous years. Serving temperature : 8/10°

Accords mets et vins : Ideal as an aperitif or throughout a meal. Tartar & carpaccio of fish, smoked salmon, rillette of the sea, sushi, sashimis, fruit tart.

Ruinart Rosé first presents itself to the eye, revealing a pomegranate robe hemmed with orange reflections. The nose is subtle and fresh, offering first an original palette of exotic fruits (guava, lychee), and small red fruits (raspberry, cherry, wild strawberry). Notes of rose and pomegranate complete this complex and intense aromatic profile, dominated by primary aromas that are not very evolved. On the palate, the attack is frank, the mouth is silky and fleshy, carried by aromas of pomegranate, guava and lychee, pink grapefruit and peppermint. Ruinart Rosé unfolds a complex aromatic bouquet, woven of echoes and correspondences - all notes ready to reveal their singularity during exotic meals.