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Dom Ruinart Rose

The House of Ruinart stands in a league of its own, defying convention and captivating with its unique legacy. Founded in 1729, it holds the distinction of being the very first Champagne House, a visionary endeavour inspired by the foresight of a monk who possessed a remarkable intuition far beyond his era. In the heart of the Champagne region, specifically in Reims, a significant moment unfolded on September 1st, 1729. It was then that Nicolas Ruinart, driven by the profound influence of his visionary monk uncle, drafted the historic charter that marked the birth of Maison Ruinart, forever etching its name as the world's pioneer in champagne production. Little did they know that this bold initiative would pave the way for an enduring enterprise that thrives and prospers even after nearly three centuries, leaving an indelible mark on the course of history. During the remarkable period of the mid-18th century, Ruinart made a significant acquisition to enhance its champagne production. The House secured ownership of ancient crayères, subterranean chalk quarries meticulously carved beneath the historic city of Reims. These extraordinary caverns served as the ideal sanctuary for storing their precious bottles, ensuring optimal aging and maturation. Building upon its reputation for innovation, Ruinart continued to push boundaries. In 1764, the House achieved yet another milestone by successfully shipping the first-ever Rosé champagne across the vast expanse of Europe. This ground-breaking achievement introduced a new dimension to the world of champagne, captivating connoisseurs with its captivating hues and captivating flavors. Bestowed with nobility and adopting the esteemed name Ruinart de Brimont in 1817, the family has diligently guided the House for over two centuries. With each passing generation, a new Head of House emerges, bringing forth their unique talents and unwavering commitment to serve the lineage of Ruinart. This steadfast succession ensures the preservation of the family's legacy, as each successor devotes themselves to upholding the traditions and values that define Ruinart. Their collective efforts have propelled the House to unparalleled heights, solidifying its reputation as a bastion of excellence in the world of champagne. The rosé prestige cuvée of Champagne Ruinart, Dom Ruinart Rosé is a Grand Cru only blend of Dom Ruinart Chardonnay topped off with 15% red wine from the Montagne de Reims. Since the first vintage in 1966, this cuvée is consistently ranked amongst the greatest rosés on the market. The Pinot Noir red wine is sourced from the Grand Cru villages of Sillery and Verzenay and macerated on the skins for nine days before pressing, extracting the pink colour and soft fruit tannins. Blending this red wine into the assemblage gives a rosé with a vibrant, deep coral colour. Dom Ruinart Rosé 2009 is composed of 85% Grand Cru chardonnays, predominantly from the Côte des Blancs (Cramant, Avize, Chouilly, and Mesnil-sur-Oger), the Montagne de Reims (Sillery), and 15% Aÿ Grand Cru pinot noirs. In 2009, hail, rain, and wind disrupted the flowering process but were soon replaced by a dry summer. These summer conditions allowed for the perfect maturation of the grapes until the mid-September harvest. The average sunshine, combined with cool temperatures, enhanced the fruit's aroma while preserving the right acidity sought after by the Maison. Dom Ruinart Rosé 2009 reveals a delicate pink colour with raspberry highlights. The first nose reveal spicy notes of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger, which mingle with refreshing citrus aromas such as blood orange and kumquat. Second impressions are more floral, unveiling violet and peony complemented by fresh, iodised oyster shell notes. The attack is enveloping and silky with notes of tangy red fruits such as pomegranate and redcurrant. The mid-palate is smooth and saline. Firm and intense, the finish is supported by a delicate bitterness and a fine effervescence. Drink now to 2032+

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Champagne Bollinger is a prestigious and renowned champagne house that has been producing exceptional sparkling wines since 1829. Founded by Athanase, Paul and Joseph, the house quickly gained a reputation for excellence. Over the years, successive generations of the Bollinger family continued to uphold the tradition of producing exceptional champagnes. The acquisition of prime vineyards and the marriage of Jacques Bollinger to Lily Bollinger were significant milestones in the house's history. Lily Bollinger played a crucial role in preserving the quality and integrity of the champagnes during challenging times. Champagne Bollinger remains family-owned and is known for its commitment to traditional winemaking methods, resulting in complex and age-worthy champagnes. Located in the heart of the Champagne region in France, Bollinger is known for its commitment to quality, tradition and craftsmanship. One of the distinctive features of Bollinger champagne is its use of a high proportion of Pinot Noir grapes in the blends. This gives their champagnes a unique richness and depth, setting them apart from other houses. Bollinger carefully selects grapes from its own vineyards and trusted partner vineyards, ensuring that only the finest grapes are used in the production process. Bollinger takes pride in its traditional winemaking methods, which have been handed down through generations. The champagnes are aged for an extended period, well beyond the minimum requirements, allowing them to develop complexity and character. This dedication to time-consuming aging is a testament to Bollinger's commitment to producing exceptional wines that stand the test of time. Bollinger's commitment to quality extends to every aspect of their production, from the vineyards to the cellars. They have their own cooperage, ensuring that the barrels used in the aging process are of the highest quality. The champagnes are aged in cool dark cellars allowing them to mature gracefully and develop their signature flavors. Bollinger Rosé is the result of Champagne Bollinger's unwavering commitment to excellence and their pursuit of creating a rosé that embodies freshness, structure and elegance. Just like their renowned Special Cuvée, Bollinger Rosé showcases spiced notes that add to its distinctive character. To achieve the desired flavour profile, Bollinger incorporates a superb red wine sourced from the Poirier Saint-Pierre and Montboeuf plots in Verzenay, as well as Aÿ. This red wine is treated with the same meticulous care as the vines of the legendary Côte aux Enfants plot, imparting an assertive aromatic power to the final blend. Additionally, it contributes to the brilliance, presence and delicate quality that are the hallmarks of exceptional blends. Bollinger Rosé is crafted using a careful assembly of over 85% Grand and Premier crus. The composition consists of 62% Pinot Noir, 24% Chardonnay and 14% Meunier. The addition of the red wine, comprising only 5 to 6% of the blend, serves as an agent of style, enhancing the overall power and complexity of the wine. With its precise blend and meticulous craftsmanship, Bollinger Rosé offers a captivating sensory experience. Bollinger Rosé Champagne NV 3L captivates with its bright rosé colour, adorned with subtle golden hues. From the first glance, it promises a sensory journey filled with elegance and charm. On the nose, the nobility of red berries unfolds, revealing delicate hints of red currant, cherry and wild strawberry. A touch of spice reminiscent of Bollinger's renowned Special Cuvée adds an intriguing dimension to the aroma, inviting anticipation of the complex flavors to come. As the first sip is taken, the true essence of Bollinger Rosé shines through. A subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity dances on the palate, creating a symphony of sensations. The adjunction of red wine lends a tannic finish, adding depth and character to the champagne. The bubbles, as fine as velvet, caress the tongue, enhancing the overall experience. The flavors of wild berries unfurl, harmonizing with the aromatic notes, creating a delightful and memorable taste. Bollinger Rosé Champagne NV 3L is versatile in its pairing options. For the ultimate appreciation of its unique style, bouquet and aromas, Bollinger Rosé is best served between 8 and 10°C. This temperature range allows the champagne to unveil its true character, ensuring a truly memorable and satisfying experience.