Ruinart Brut Rosé 750ml - Vine Republic
Ruinart Brut Rosé 750ml
SKU: 06496

Ruinart Brut Rosé

  • ws93
  • js92
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Category Sparkling Wine
Origin France, Champagne, Reims
Brand Ruinart
Alcohol/vol 12.5%
On the palate the attack is distinctive and full, cradled by a gentle effervescence. The balance brings together delightful freshness and a voluptuous body. An elegant burst of peppermint and pink grapefruit rounds out this cheeky palette of aromas.
The nose offers intense notes of exotic fruits (pomegranate, lychee and guava) that develop alongside soft floral essences (rose) and notes of freshly picked red fruits (cherry, raspberry and wild strawberry). These aromas splendidly showcase the wine’s subtle, spicy notes (tonka bean and nutmeg). Ruinart Rosé is a delight to drink throughout a meal from aperitif to dessert.
It makes an excellent complement to fine Italian prosciutto (thinly sliced San Daniele or Parma). A starter of salmon, served mi-cuit or as Japanese style tataki, will bring out the many facets of this champagne.
It also pairs well with an exotic main course. An Andalusian gazpacho will awaken its freshness and vivacity; fillet of duck breast cooked rare and served with cranberries will accentuate its harmonious complexity.

Wine Spectator
  • ws93

Bright and citrusy, this finely knit Champagne layers a racy streak of acidity and satiny texture with an expressive range of wild cherry, blood orange granita, red licorice, candied pink grapefruit peel and toast notes. Long, creamy finish. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

James Suckling
  • js92

An enticing properly dry rosé with a slew of red berry aromas, including wild strawberries, but behind this is the structure of a serious chardonnay from the chalky soils of this region and it is the chalky texture that anchors this on the long finish. Drink now.

Wine Advocate
  • wa91

The latest rendition of Ruinart's NV Brut Rosé is a pretty, vibrant wine that offers up inviting aromas of tangerine, blood orange, plum and freshly baked bread. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and precise, with tangy acids and a pretty mousse, it's ca harming, comparatively vinous wine that is already showing well.