Champagne «R» de Ruinart Brut, 1.5 L
- Sparkling wine/champagne:
Pinot Noir: 60%, Chardonnay: 40%
Vintages and volumes
Champagne bright golden yellow color with crystal shine.
Champagne has a rounded, balanced, fresh taste with hints of ripe berries.
Champagne has an exquisite, fresh aroma with hints of pear, almond and hazelnut. Tone of hawthorn, acacia and wild rose intertwined together with delicious notes of baked goods and fresh butter.
Champagne blends perfectly with shellfish, grilled scallops Saint-Jacques, fried sea language and Kalkan fowl meat.
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. No map prestigious restaurants these days is complete without it.