Every so often, we like to celebrate an occasion of note with a premium Champagne. Pictured above is a bottle of Ruinart Rosé Brut Champagne. We were introduced to this brand by a friend we met in Paris who had done some consulting work for them. The grapes for Ruinart are selected basket by basket at the source, and only the finest premier crus are used.
We bought a bottle and really enjoyed both they Blanc de Blanc, and subsequently their Rosé. They are known as one of the oldest Champagne houses founded in 1729. We highly recommend it, we enjoyed it and would buy it again,
Here are the tasting notes from Wine Spectator
Raspberry and nectarine fruit flavors are ripe and appealing in this elegant rosé Champagne, with a fine, satiny mousse, neatly layered with accents of ground ginger, blanched almond and blood orange pith. Lightly mouthwatering, offering a lingering finish. Drink now through 2021.
Happy Friday, Wishing you an enjoyable long Memorial Day Weekend!
Cheers! Ron & Alexandra