A blend of pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay, this brut champagne reveals a lively and powerful nose with aromas of white flowers and citrus fruits (grapefruit). It is a well-balanced champagne, fresh and elegant with a fine bubble. Persistent finish.
The history of the Ruinart Champagne House dates back to 1729. It is the oldest champagne house ever founded.
Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs is the flagship grape variety of Ruinart. It is part of the blend of all the cuvées of the House.
The Ruinart chalk pits are dug in Reims, in the limestone subsoil of the capital of Champagne, at a depth of nearly 40 meters. These chalk cathedrals, which are still in operation, are the only ones in the city of Reims to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and classified as a historic site.