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Dom Ruinart Rosé presents a vibrant colour, a deep coral with delicate copper tones. The primary aroma of this vintage champagne is surprisingly intense and complex; notes of exotic fruits (guava) and citrus (blood orange, lemon), intermingle with floral aromas such as violet and rose, with a touch of musk.
"Ruinart, the pursuit of excellence through the gererations...:" It was with these words, written by Nicholas Ruinart on 1 September 1729, that the House of Ruinart was officially established. A true entrepreneur, Nicholas Ruinart fulfilled the ambition of his uncle, the Benedictine monk Dom Thierry Ruinart, to make Ruinart the premier champagne house. The House of Ruinart appreciates that essential ingredients are key to the creation of exceptional champagnes that are pure, fine and elegant.