Champagne Ruinart has been producing Champagne since 1729. It was founded by Nicolas Ruinart and is located in the capital of the Champagne region, Reims. Ruinart’s cellars are amongst the largest in the region, and are gallo-roman in origin. Like most Champagne cellars, they are the product of ancient chalk mining, and extend over 30 metres below the ground. The cellars maintain a natural temperature of 11 degrees Celsius and have been listed since 1931. These are the only one to be listed in the Champagne region and they are considered to be the most beautiful ones. Today Champagne Ruinart is owned by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA and is led by chairman Roland de Calonne, with chef de caves Jean François Barot working his magic in the cellar. The grapes for the superb Champagne Ruinart Brut Rosé are sourced from Premier and Grand Cru sites only and is made up of 45% Chardonnay and 55% Pinot Noir. 18% of the Pinot Noir is vinified as a red wine and it is this which gives the rosé colour. Presented in an elegant 18th century style bottle.Serve as an aperitif or with chicken or white meat dishes.