Fruity, fresh and aromatic, these champagnes are made to be enjoyed young, no more than 2 to 3 years' old, and up to 5 years for magnums.
Ruinart Blanc de Blanc bottles are made from transparent glass intentionally to highlight the Chardonnay, but the wine should be stored away from any natural or artificial light source.
Dom Ruinart cuvées:
The origin of their grapes, exclusively Grands Crus, gives these cuvées a high maturing potential provided that they are aged in optimum conditions of temperature, humidity and darkness for 10, 20, or even longer depending on the vintage.
The wine will then take on more toasted, grilled and intense notes and its aromatic profile will develop as the years pass. Without exception, a Dom Ruinart cuvée is excellent from the day it is purchased.