Ruinart Rosé Second Skin · Buy it for £69.65 at Vinissimus
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Spec sheet

TypeChampagne
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti12.5%

The wine

Founded in 1729, Ruinart was the first ever Champagne maison and ever since then they have stood out for their combination of traditional methods and skilful innovation. One of the key elements to their work is their current focus on environmental measures, as the firm is making a determined effort to reduce their carbon footprint. With their objective for more sustainable winemaking in mind, Ruinart have designed this new 100% recyclable paper case for their bottles which represents a 60% reduction in the environmental impact compared to that of traditional packaging.

The new Ruinart Second Skin case is made completely from paper and is nine times lighter than packaging previously used. The cases are made in the UK from natural wood fibres obtained from sustainably-managed forests under strict environmental regulations. Moulded to the iconic shape of their bottles, its textured chalky surface is a homage to the Crayères (the famous chalk quarries used as underground cellars at the maison). Beautifully designed packaging down to the finest details — the perfect gift! An innovative development in the elegant world of Champagne and its art de vivre, but also sustainable and environmentally-friendly.

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The winery

Champagne Ruinart

Champagne Ruinart

Looked upon as the oldest Champagne house, Ruinart is distinguished too by its characteristic finesse and elegance. Originally, it was the philosopher and theologian Dom Thierry Ruinart (1657-1709), descended from an old-established, vineyard-owning family in Reims, who gave his brother Nicolás inspiration by informing him about the French court's growing interest in wine from the Champagne region. In the end, it was Nicolás' son, also called Nicolás, who in 1729 was to found...

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