Story: Maison Ruinart was the first established Champagne House, founded by Nicolas Ruinart in 1729. Nicolas was a Reims draper, and initially founded the Maison to produce Champagne that would be given as gifts to his clients for cloth and fabric. However, the demand for his top quality Champagne was such that Nicolas abandoned the drapery trade in 1735 to focus solely on Maison Ruinart. The traditions of excellence continue today and the wines show quality right through their entire range. Their flagship Blanc de Blancs Champagnes are especially praised by critics and connoisseurs alike.
Producer: Champagne Ruinart
Grape: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
Area: Champagne, France
Tasting Notes: The light nose shows notes of cherry and berries with hints of citrus and flowers. There is a lovely richness to the palate before a lingering finish. This is a Champagne that will work very well with food.
Food Pairing: Lobster in a cream sauce.
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