Known as the oldest established champagne house, Ruinart has been producing wine since 1729 to please royalty in the Court of Versailles. And to this day, the wines are stunning, texturally decadent, yet focused and complex.With Chef de Caves Frederic Panaiotis at the helm since 2007, one could say that the champagnes are better than ever. Fred's sharp acumen, passion for wine, and inimitable demeanor make him one of the most significant figures in Champagne today. While he modestly considers himself a guardian of the house style for other generations to follow, we think the wines are distinctively showing more precision and clarity since his tenure.
Aromatic , Fruity , Rich
Simply the best champagne value I know of.
Absolutely the best champagne choice under $100
Ruinart Blanc de Blanc is my go to French Champagne; for New Year’s Eve, for my birthday, for Thursday. It is light and effervescent, with millions of the tiniest bubbles. Citrus, bright fruit with a crisp toast finish. Divine.
What's to comment on? I have been drinking it for over 50 years!
Eccellent liquid, and value