grapes grown in the Montagne de Reims
and Vallée de la Marne areas of Champagne
adds enticing cherry and red berry notes to
the nose and exotic �avours of guava and
lychee to the palate - as well as creating
that unique pomegranate pink colour with
pale orange hints.
'Ruinart Brut Rosé is a very seductive
expression of the Ruinart style,' concludes
cellar master Panaïotis. 'It's a very intense,
straightforward, up-front style of rosé
Champagne. It makes a very easy style of
Champagne to drink, very palatable but
also very subtle at the same time, with a
beautiful freshness. It's a lovely wine to
drink on any occasion.'
To celebrate the 250th anniversary of
this renowned rosé, Ruinart has organised a
series of special events throughout the year.
If you'd like to join in the 250th celebrations
yourself this summer, Ruinart has teamed
up with London's oldest hotel, Brown's Hotel
to create a special Ruinart Rosé anniversary
afternoon tea for two. This special treat
begins with gazpacho amuse bouche,
followed by a selection of �nger sandwiches,
freshly baked scones with strawberry jam and
clotted cream and a selection of delectable
cakes and pastries including traditional
Victoria sponge, Oakchurch Farm strawberry
tarts and Ruinart Rosé macaroons, with a
half-bottle of Ruinart Rosé.
The Brown's Hotel Ruinart Rosé anniversary
afternoon tea costs £110 for two people.
Call 020 7518 4155 to book.
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You can buy the Ruinart Rosé Gift Box (£60) and Ruinart Rosé Co�ret
with two Champagne glasses (£85) from Fortnum Mason.