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RUINART ROSÉ

An affirmed freshness

  • Pinot Noir
  • Chardonnay

This astonishing blend of forty to fifty crus combines the freshness of chardonnay with the fruitiness of pinot noir, yielding a versatile and structured rosé, characterized by notes of exotic fruits, and a delicate gustatory experience en bouche.
An original expression of Ruinart taste.

Did You Know?
In 1764, Maison Ruinart shipped its first bottles of rosé champagne, labelled as “oeuil de perdrix or patridge's eye” due to his colour: a delicate pink with copper highlights.

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Pinot noir vignes
Pinot noir vignes

COMPOSITION

This blend of forty to fifty crus combines the freshness of chardonnay with the fruitiness of pinot noir, yielding a versatile and structured rosé, characterized by notes of exotic fruits, an a delicate gustatory experience in the mouth.

  • 45% Chardonnay
  • 43% Pinot Noir vinified as white
  • 12% Pinot Noir
Ruinart Rosé VINIFICATION
Ruinart Rosé VINIFICATION

VINIFICATION

  • Manual harvesting
  • Alcoholic fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats
  • Complete malolactic fermentation
  • Blending of 30 to 40 wines
  • 20 to 30% reserve wine
  • 2 to 3 years of ageing
  • Dosage: 8g/l
  • Contains sulfites
TASTING NOTES
TASTING NOTES

TASTING NOTES

Colour:
Coral and rosewood hues are reflected in the colour of this rosé champagne.

Nose:

  • First nose: intense aromas of exotic fruits emerge at first: pomegranate, lychee and guava, supported by floral essences of Damask rose and and freshly picked red fruit.
  • Second nose: warm spices such as tonka bean and nutmeg. intense aromas of exotic fruits such as pomegranate, lychee and guava, supported by floral essences of Damascena rose and freshly picked red fruits.

 

Mouthfeel:
Simplicity and complexity are combined on the palate of this cuvée where freshness is combined with a fine structure and a delicate roundness. The tasting ends on an elegant note of peppermint and pink grapefruit.

Ruinart Rosé WINE & FOOD PAIRINGS
Ruinart Rosé WINE & FOOD PAIRINGS

WINE & FOOD PAIRINGS

Wine and food pairings recommended by our cellar master:

  • raw foods with a crunchy texture and a touch of acidity
  • balsamic vinegar-based marinades, with spiced or floral notes
  • tender confit vegetables
  • meats cooked at low temperature
  • fresh fruit drenched in a spice-based syrup

 

On the opposite, you should avoid: 

  • saltiness (sea oysters, lump eggs, pink taramosalata)
  • overly salty products (anchovies, capers or tapenade)
  • smoky flavours (eel, haddock or salmon)
  • very bitter notes (chocolate with a high cocoa content, or caramel)
  • extremely rich flavours (ripe cheeses)
Ruinart Rosé PERFECT SERVE
Ruinart Rosé PERFECT SERVE

PERFECT SERVE

Conservation and ageing:
Keep your bottles in the dark, at a temperature between 10 and 12°C (54-X°F), and at a humidity level between 60% and 70%.

Glass:
How to serve Ruinart champagne? Choose a tulip glass with a wide enough opening to best express the aromatic complexity, or a white wine glass.

Perfect serve:

  • Serve at a temperature between 8 and 10°C (50-54°F)
  • Place the bottle in the refrigerator at least 4 hours before tasting (do not freeze) or in an ice bucket for at least 20 minutes with 2/3 water, 1/3 ice.

COMPOSITION

Pinot noir vignes
Pinot noir vignes

COMPOSITION

This blend of forty to fifty crus combines the freshness of chardonnay with the fruitiness of pinot noir, yielding a versatile and structured rosé, characterized by notes of exotic fruits, an a delicate gustatory experience in the mouth.

  • 45% Chardonnay
  • 43% Pinot Noir vinified as white
  • 12% Pinot Noir

VINIFICATION

Ruinart Rosé VINIFICATION
Ruinart Rosé VINIFICATION

VINIFICATION

  • Manual harvesting
  • Alcoholic fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats
  • Complete malolactic fermentation
  • Blending of 30 to 40 wines
  • 20 to 30% reserve wine
  • 2 to 3 years of ageing
  • Dosage: 8g/l
  • Contains sulfites

TASTING NOTES

TASTING NOTES
TASTING NOTES

TASTING NOTES

Colour:
Coral and rosewood hues are reflected in the colour of this rosé champagne.

Nose:

  • First nose: intense aromas of exotic fruits emerge at first: pomegranate, lychee and guava, supported by floral essences of Damask rose and and freshly picked red fruit.
  • Second nose: warm spices such as tonka bean and nutmeg. intense aromas of exotic fruits such as pomegranate, lychee and guava, supported by floral essences of Damascena rose and freshly picked red fruits.

 

Mouthfeel:
Simplicity and complexity are combined on the palate of this cuvée where freshness is combined with a fine structure and a delicate roundness. The tasting ends on an elegant note of peppermint and pink grapefruit.

WINE & FOOD PAIRINGS

Ruinart Rosé WINE & FOOD PAIRINGS
Ruinart Rosé WINE & FOOD PAIRINGS

WINE & FOOD PAIRINGS

Wine and food pairings recommended by our cellar master:

  • raw foods with a crunchy texture and a touch of acidity
  • balsamic vinegar-based marinades, with spiced or floral notes
  • tender confit vegetables
  • meats cooked at low temperature
  • fresh fruit drenched in a spice-based syrup

 

On the opposite, you should avoid: 

  • saltiness (sea oysters, lump eggs, pink taramosalata)
  • overly salty products (anchovies, capers or tapenade)
  • smoky flavours (eel, haddock or salmon)
  • very bitter notes (chocolate with a high cocoa content, or caramel)
  • extremely rich flavours (ripe cheeses)

PERFECT SERVE

Ruinart Rosé PERFECT SERVE
Ruinart Rosé PERFECT SERVE

PERFECT SERVE

Conservation and ageing:
Keep your bottles in the dark, at a temperature between 10 and 12°C (54-X°F), and at a humidity level between 60% and 70%.

Glass:
How to serve Ruinart champagne? Choose a tulip glass with a wide enough opening to best express the aromatic complexity, or a white wine glass.

Perfect serve:

  • Serve at a temperature between 8 and 10°C (50-54°F)
  • Place the bottle in the refrigerator at least 4 hours before tasting (do not freeze) or in an ice bucket for at least 20 minutes with 2/3 water, 1/3 ice.

" Ruinart Rosé is versatile, pairing with gourmet cuisine and remaining enjoyable throughout the meal: from the starter to the dessert. "

Frédéric Panaïotis, Maison Ruinart Cellar Master

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Ruinart Rosé x CARROT CAKE

RUINART ROSÉ X CARROT CAKE

SERVES 8

275g of carrots
250g of flour
140g of whole cane sugar (rapadura)
2 teaspoons of powdered cinnamon
2 teaspoons of powdered ginger
11g of baking powder
200g of butter
50g of crushed pecans
4 eggs
200g of cream cheese (i.e Philadelphia)
2 teaspoons of icing sugar
2 tablespoons of orange juice
1 orange

THE SECOND SKIN CASE

THE SECOND SKIN CASE

Eco-designed, this 99% paper case is 9 times lighter than its predecessor and is produced without incurring any airfreight, resulting in a 60% reduction in its carbon impact.

The envelop preserves the integrity of the Ruinart taste until serving and suggests a new set of gesture. Suitable for storage in a fridge, the case can withstand the humidity of a cellar or an ice bucket.

Maison Ruinart, entering its 4th century of existence, takes a decisive step forward in its commitment to the preservation of living soils and and its commitment to sustainable development.