About the Producer
The world’s first champagne house has been a symbol of French art de vivre since it was founded in 1729. For nearly 300 years, Maison Ruinart has passed down time-honored savoir-faire through generations, supporting local craftsmanship and showcasing artistic talent while remaining firmly committed to continuous innovation. Engaged with the major challenges of its time, Ruinart is deeply committed to protecting the environment.
Creation date: 1729
CEO: Frédéric Dufour
Brut Rosé Ruinart:
Grapes for the Brut Rosé are harvested by hand and fermented in temperature-regulated, stainless steel vats. The wine undergoes a malolactic fermentation process and is dosed at 6 g of sugar per litre. The high proportion of chardonnay (45%) gives the champagne its elegance and a fresh, aromatic quality. Its drinkability and fruitiness come from the pinot noir grapes, following a short maceration and very gentle extraction process. This rosé has a beautiful pomegranate pink colour with a subtle orange shimmer. Its nose suggests the delicious aromas of red berries and exotic fruit. This champagne is suitable both as an aperitif and throughout a meal.
Grape / Blend
55% Pinot Noir and 45% Chardonnay from the best of recent vintages
94 Points - Wine Spectator
This offers all the trim sleekness of a well-built racing sailboat, while the flavors unfurl on the palate like a full spinnaker sail. Macerated raspberry and poached apricot fruit is underscored by smoke and toast notes, and pleasing hints of crystallized honey, tangerine zest and dried thyme echo on the mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2030
92 Points - Wine & Spirits
Fragrant with raspberry and hibiscus, this is a vibrant rose. Light pink in color, the wine has touches of sweetness that don't get in the way of its powerful personality. It shares the Middle Eastern spice notes of the Blanc de Blancs, here matched with delicate red fruit. Pour it with lacquered duck.
91 Points - Wine Enthusiast
Product size: 375ml