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Ruinart was the first champagne house established in the world. Dom Ruinar's vision allowed him to envisage - before anyone else - the potential of the Champagne region's sparkling wines. Ruinart Blanc de Blancs is the emblem of the house, and is the perfect expression of Ruinart's taste. Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes, the emblematic grape variety of the house. With an incredibly refreshing flavor, it proves an excellent companion for delicate dishes of poultry, and due to being highly aromatic it makes delicious company for desserts. Blanc de Blancs is the fine and pure expression of Ruinart, with its elegant pale golden yellow color with green reflections giving it a wonderful luminosity. Meanwhile, its fine and delicate bubbles give it a refreshing sensation which will generously - in its Jeroboam format - accompany you on a warm and sunny summer's afternoon.
Description of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Jeroboam
Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Jeroboam (Chardonnay)
TASTING NOTES OF Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Jeroboam:
- View: pale gold, green reflections, beautiful light, thin and light bubbles, a delicate and persistent rosary.
- Nose: fresh fruit predominance of citrus and pineapple notes of white flowers and spices (ginger and cardamom) with.
- Mouth: pure, clean and precise, soft and fleshy entry, a grand finale very refreshing, white peach notes.
GRAPES: 100% Chardonnay.
PAIRING: for appetizer, shrimp, golden tartar with olive oil and lemon, grilled sole or white fish sashimi.
TEMPERATURE: 8 °C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12%
Ruinart is the oldest established House of Champagne in the world. Founded in the city of Reims, the brand has been producing nothing but champagne since 1729. The company remains at the head of the champagne field, offering fine champagnes in three styles that are sure to please the palate and the soul: Blanc De Blancs, Rosé, and Dom Ruinart.More about the Winery