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DOM RUINART Rosé 2007 Díszdobozban - Bortársaság

DOM RUINARTRosé 2007 Díszdobozban

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First made in 1966, it’s usually put onto the market following 8-10 years of ageing on average – the rosé reaches maturity later compared to the Blanc de Blancs. The basis of the 2007 is given 80% by the base wine of the Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs and 20% by the Pinot Noir from Aÿ. Dosage: 5g/l. It encapsulates an almost impossible balance: a classic and yet velvety style – intense, flavoursome and aromatic, all in one.

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Despite not being the most talked about champagne house, Ruinart – now part of the LVMH luxury goods empire along with the likes of Krug and Dom Pérignon – was actually the world’s first champagne house. It was established in 1729 in Reims by Nicolas Ruinart who wanted to realise the dream of his uncle, Dom Thierry Ruinart, who himself a Benedict monk and a good friend of Dom Pérignon. R de Ruinart is predominantly made from Chardonnay, backed up by Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, while the Blanc de Blancs is among the best in its category. The distinctive shape of the Ruinart bottle is inspired by the first champagne bottles of the 18thcentury. The champagne house offers hospitable, laid-back tours in the historical, Gallo-Roman chalk cellars where sommeliers gather every two years to compete for the Trophée Ruinart. The house produces only 1.7 million bottles annually. on, inc%* n �p�acular bell tower, and it was finished just in time for the harvest in 2013.

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