Ruinart is the oldest Champagne house which started selling bottles of Champagne from 1729. Prior to that the family's business was really cotton, but as they began to provide customers free bottles of Champagne as a 'thank you' the demand for their fizz quickly meant that their attentions were soon fully on Champagne rather than the business of old. Today the cellars are beautiful and a World Heritage site in their own right
Fine, subtle and fresh, dominated by aromas of cherry and freshly picked red berries. Well balanced, fruity and fleshy. Pleasantly smooth and refreshing in the mouth. Ideal served as an evening aperitif. Marries perfectly with the lively freshness of Andalusian gaspacho. Also make a wonderful partner for a red fruit soup as dessert.