Champagne "Dom Ruinart" Rose, 2002, gift box
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Champagne glass glows amber hues of autumn and rose gold. Beautiful, clean, bright color decorated with persistent small bubbles pearls.
Elegant and harmonious taste of champagne shows live acidity, incredible persistence and fabulous balance shades strawberry jam, custard, white peach, spices, grapefruit and white chocolate.
The aroma of champagne surprisingly intense and complex: notes of exotic fruits such as guava, orange, blueberry, pomegranate and truffle, spice and white pepper to form a rich aromatic palette, which emphasize the tone of roasted nuts and baking.
Champagne is ideal as an aperitif, to accompany sushi, prawns, lobster in a spicy sauce, lobster, foie gras, Gouda cheese, veal cutlets, braised artichokes. It goes well with desserts, cakes, creme brulee.
Champagne house Ruinart released a new high-quality vintage "Dom Ruinart" Rose, 2002, bottle and label which received a new, more sophisticated design. A blend of white Chardonnay and red Pinot Noir provides the perfect balance between fullness and smoothness. As the master of the wine cellar Ruinart Frederick Panagiotis: "The secret of this balance is mainly on the quality of the grape harvest in 2002, which became legendary for all sparkling wines". Nevertheless, regardless of the year, consistently high quality champagne "House Ruinart" Rose is provided by using only grapes from the vineyards of Grand Cru Class and 10-year delay for a long time that the flavors of white and red grapes are blended harmoniously. When processing a pneumatic Grape press, to prevent oxidation of the juice. Chardonnay grapes are fermented as white and Pinot Noir was macerated on the skins for 9 days before the spin cycle to extract good color and soft fruit tannins. Vinification takes place only in stainless steel tanks. Careful attention to detail creates a house Ruinart deserved high reputation. Rich, full-bodied wine in 2002 has tremendous persistence and fabulous balance. His taste remains clean for years.
House Ruinart has a very long history. Benedictine monk Thierry Ruinart, traveling in Europe, has noticed a great interest in champagne by the aristocracy. Legend has it that he studied the production of champagne near the Dom Perignon. Thierry Ruinart passed his knowledge to his brother, who opened the business with his son Nicolas Ruinart. The official date of foundation of the house Ruinart considered in 1729. Very quickly Champagne Ruinart became popular not only in France but also abroad. At the beginning of the XVIII century the next member of the family - Claude de Ruinart Brimon - opens offices in Belgium, Germany, England, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Poland and Russia.
Royal personages in many countries for the past nearly 300 years prefer this magnificent drink. Nicholas I officially appointed Dom Ruinart supplier of the Russian Imperial Court. The main common feature of champagne taste "Ruinart" is its tenderness and long exposure, nobility, elegance and grace.