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Producer: Maison Ruinart
Categorie: sparkling wine
Bottle size: 75 cl.
Winestyle: fruchtig & aromatisch
Food recommendation: fruchtige Süssspeisen, helles Fleisch, Asiatische Gerichte, Beef Tatar
Alcohol content: 12.5 %
On the nose fresh aromas, guava, litchi, raspberry, cherry and rose petals. Balanced on the palate, freshly carried by a soft mousse.
The grapes are hand-picked. The vinification takes place in stainless steel tanks.
The Maison Ruinart was founded in 1729 as the first champagne house ever. It owes its origin to the intuition of a monk who was far ahead of his time ...
The foundation of the house Ruinart goes back to the monk Dom Thierry Ruinart (1657-1709).
In 1729, twenty years after the death of his uncle, Nicolas Ruinart founded the first champagne house. This was the name and vision of the Benedictine monk in the history books. The intuition of his uncle, the monk, inspired an idea that should make history. For more than two centuries, the Ruinart family, which was knighted in 1817 and has since been renamed Ruinart de Brimont, led the house with consistent consistency. The success story continued and the company remained family-owned until 1969, but was subsequently sold to the LVMH Group. With a sales volume of today about 150,000 bottles per year, the company is rather one of the smaller companies. However, in the LVMH Group it stands out for its quality over the other products.
The grapes mainly come from the Côte de Blancs and the Montagne de Reims.