Dom Ruinart 'Blanc de Blancs'
Ruinart, founded in 1729, is the first Champagne house on record. Ruinart is the symbol of a savoir-faire and an 'art de vivre' that are famed all over the world. Each of its cuvees bears the distinctive signature of Chardonnay, the House's emblematic grape variety.
TASTING NOTESExquisite, precise and powerful, with plenty of upfront appeal. This has a toasty edge to the nose with brioche and lemon citrus. The palate delivers a smoothly finished texture and sizzling acid finish.
FOOD PAIRINGThe dynamic and chiselled structure of this wine, combined with a beautiful freshness, signature of the House, offers the possibility of remarkable pairings with, for example, a millefeuille of carpaccio of scallops and black radish, marinade in oil first press organic olive and green citrus or a Champagne steamed cod, powdered with Zhegiang tea, consumed in sea water.
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