Ruinart is the oldest established Champagne house, exclusively producing champagne since 1729. The Ruinart House was created on 1st September 1729 by Nicolas Ruinart, a bold entrepreneur. In penning the founding document, he was realising the dream of his uncle, the Benedictine monk Dom Thierry Ruinart, to make Ruinart the first Champagne House.
This is a great wine for summer. Creamy red berry fruit, soft touches of hazelnut and brioche with a layer of complex cherry and baked apple that is enhanced with a citrus fresh acidity.
Lovely with berry compote desserts, fruit flans and custurds. For something savoury try it with a decent roast beef sandwich ( the tannins match well with the cold roast beef!).