Photography: Rebeca Patillas Sobrino
The first champagne house in history
Since its foundation in 1729, Ruinart has combined expertise and audacity to create exceptional champagnes, whose purity and taste are based on the mastery of Chardonnay. Ruinart Rosé is the first ever rosé champagne as detailed in the Maison’s account book, with the first mention of its appearance in 1764. Its delicate notes of guava, pomegranate, lychee and spices contribute to the uniqueness of this cuvée that invites you to experiment with the most surprising flavours.
Creations that seek to respect the environment as much as possible and use local products.
Ángel León, Eneko Atxa and Albert Adrià are the forerunners of this concept of new, environmentally friendly cuisine, creating three mini delicacies for Ruinart Rosé Market, designed to pair perfectly with one of the jewels of the Maison Ruinart: Ruinart Rosé.