Yellow coloured champagne with golden reflections and crystalline brightness, sharp and fine bubbles, a light and persistent rosary.
The aromas on the nose are reminiscent of fresh fruit, impregnated with notes of white fruit (pear), apricot, hazelnut and fresh almond. Floral and spicy touches, complemented by aromas of brioche and biscuit, which add a touch of complexity.
On the palate it is perfectly balanced and tactile. Built on the predominance of freshness, with great roundness and a long finish on aromas of ripe fruit (claudia nectarine plum).
It goes well with seafood, white fish and fresh cheeses.
The House of Ruinart is unlike any other. It was the first established House of Champagne in 1729 and inspired by the intuition of a monk well ahead of his time