Champagne Dom Ruinart Coffre Uber: Dom Ruinart 1998 with 2 glasses
Champagne sparkling yellow color with a slight greenish-bronze shade.
Champagne has a soft, silky taste with increasing intensity, tones of tropical fruit and pleasant acidity in a long refreshing finish.
Champagne has an elegant, sophisticated aroma with notes of white flowers and citrus. Basking in the glass, the aroma develop seductive notes of toasted bread, muffins and minerals.
Champagne goes well with caviar, lobster, oysters, foie gras, main course is perfect for meat lamb. For dessert, you can choose an apple pie.
Vintage Champagne "Dom Ruinart" - is the embodiment of refined taste and flavor complexity, which does not leave indifferent even the most discerning palate! Connoisseurs and true lovers of champagne wine isolated Ruinart from a variety of other drinks Champagne. Gift Set House Ruinart champagne Uber addition to exquisite vintage 1998 includes two glasses of classical form, ideal for wine tasting. Set dressed in an elegant gift box with grooves that echo the elegant shape of the bottle and glasses, as well as give a set of originality and style. The perfect gift and the perfect complement to the grand event!
Trading house Ruinart is the first and oldest producer of sparkling wine. It has been leading its history since 1729, and today Ruinart champagne is included in a group of products that combines the most elite brands of manufacturers. Ruinart was served at the table of kings and presidents in the Champs Elysees, and no card of a prestigious restaurant these days is complete without it.
Ruinart House has a very long history. Benedictine monk Thierry Ruinart, traveling around Europe, noticed a great interest in champagne from the aristocracy. Legend has it that he studied the production of champagnes at the Dom Perignon. Thierry Ruinard passed on his knowledge to his brother, who opened this business with his son Nicolas Ruinard. The official founding date of the House of Ruinart is 1729. Very quickly, Ruinart champagne became popular not only in France, but also abroad. At the beginning of the 18th century, the next representative of the family, Claude Ruinard de Brimont, opened representative offices in Belgium, Germany, England, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Poland and Russia. The royalty of many countries have been preferring this magnificent drink for almost 300 years. Nicholas I officially appointed Dom Ruinart as the supplier of the Russian Imperial Court. The main common feature of the taste of champagne "Ruinart" is its tenderness and long exposure, nobility, refinement and grace.