moet_taste_veuvecapTHE QUICK SIP
• The first Champagne house: 1729
• Chardonnay is the essence of the house. (Blanc de Blanc is 100% Chardonnay.)
• Created the first rosé Champagne in 1764, made by adding a touch of red wine.
• Aged in Gallo Roman chalk quarries beneath the city of Reims.
• Small production and sophisticated flavor for in-the-know wine lovers.

Blanc de Blanc
Dom Ruinart
Dom Ruinart
Brut Rosé

Wine Spectator reviews and ratings


Ruinart Blanc de Blancs NV
Smoky and focused, with an intensity to the racy acidity and tightly knit flavors of white peach, chamomile, crystallized honey, pickled ginger and pink peppercorn. Exhibits lovely texture and offers a long, mineral-tinged finish. Drink now through 2020. 35,000 cases imported. –AN


Dom Ruinart 2002
Smoky and aromatic, with a pleasant bounciness and a refined bead supporting juicy flavors of white peach, grated ginger, blanched almond and hints of grapefruit zest and cardamom. Offers a lasting, mineral-tinged finish. Drink now through 2027. 4,800 cases imported. –AN


Ruinart Rosé 1998
Very minerally, offering lots of smoke and roasted almond notes accenting the flavors of cherry purée, crème de cassis and macerated plum. Fresh and focused, with a fine, creamy bead and a lingering finish. Drink now through 2025. –AN


Ruinart Rosé NV
There’s a smoky undertow to this lively rosé, mixing with hints of ripe black cherry, guava, biscotti and spice. Elegant overall thanks the fine balance and detailed, creamy texture. Drink now through 2017. 2,083 cases made. –AN

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