This is our Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne review.
Are you after a crisp, refreshing, and elegant Champagne Rosé with many layers of complexity?
And what if I tell you that it pairs well with a vast variety of dishes and it usually ranks in the best French Champagne wines in Vivino?
Well, this is the wine you have been looking for! We liked it a lot!
Find below our Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne full review along with our food pairings recommendations, serving tips, curiosity, and where you can buy it.
Our Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne Review
Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne review: What's its color?
Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne review wine has a deep pink color and persistent perlage.
If you want to know more about how to taste wine and the lingo that goes with it, check out this article: How To Taste Wine Like a Pro in 4 Steps.
What does Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne taste like?
On the nose, aromas of pomegranate, lychee, raspberry, cherry, rose, and spice.
On the palate, it’s a crisp and refreshing wine with flavors of raspberry, cherry, red berry, cream, and a spicy finish.
Is Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne wine sweet?
No, it’s not sweet. Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne wine is a brut wine.
Brut wine contains less than 12 g/L.
Learn more about wine sweetness level here.
Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne review: Which food pairs well with it?
Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne is a crisp, refreshing, and bubbly Champagne.
Bubbles cleanse the palate and as such sparkling wines are very versatile wines that can pair with many dishes and can be used throughout a meal.
Classic appetizers are French fries, San Daniele ham, creamy potatoes, seafood risotto, and salads to name some.
Meat wise go for turkey, chicken, and lemon chicken for example.
For fish, we recommend oyster, lobster, salmon, sashimi, fish & chips, and fried calamari.
If you are a cheese lover you should try it with cream cheese like Camembert and Brie to name some.
And yes, in case you wonder, it goes well with dessert too like macaroons, chocolate, Paris-Brest, and Saint-Honoré for example.
Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne review: What's its alcohol content?
Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne wine’s alcohol content is 12.5%.
In case you wonder about alcohol content or more precisely Alcohol By Volume, i.e. ABV, measure the alcoholic strength of a drink.
There is a direct relationship between the sugar left in the wine after the alcoholic fermentation has taken place, i.e. Residual Sugar or RS, and ABV.
During alcoholic fermentation, the yeast transforms the sugar in the grape juice into alcohol.
Grapes with high residual sugar will therefore produce dry wine with a high ABV.
How many calories are in a glass of Ruinart Brut Rosé Champagne wine?
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture  a 5-ounce glass will contain about 120 to 130 calories.
Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram. So a wine with high ABV will have a higher calories per glass than a wine with low ABV.
Furthermore, sugar contributes to the calorie count.
A dry wine will usually have 4 calories per gram vs a sweet wine that will have around 20 calories per gram of carbs, which include sugar.
What is Ruinart?
Here is an extract from the Ruinart brand website:
“The House of Ruinart is unlike any other.
It was the first established House of Champagne in 1729 and inspired by the intuition of a monk well ahead of his time…“
This is one of the best Brut Rosé Champagne around that although it is a bit pricey, is worth the experience.
Raspberry, cherry, red berry, cream, and a spicy finish will complement many dishes from veggie, pasta, white meats, cheeses, and dessert.
Try Ruinart Brut Rosé with San Daniele ham, oyster, salmon, fish & chips, camembert, or macaroons and it’ll be a delight. At least it was for me!
If you have never tried it, I’m not entirely sure what are you still waiting for?
Once you had it, we’d love to know your opinion, so reach out and let’s know what you think! Enjoy!
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