Celebrating the Maison's dedication to reducing waste, Ruinart's new Second Skin Rosé gift case contains zero plastic packaging. Made from sustainably farmed compound paper, it is fully recyclable. Archives reveal that Ruinart shipped the first rosé champagne more than 250 years ago. The exuberant red-fruit flavours make this rosé champagne one of the finest, even now.
Innovative, eco-designed and authentic, the second skin case crystallizes the Maison's sustainable commitment.
Two years of research and development were needed to find a packaging solution that goes back to basics: a protective envelope, 100% paper, fully recyclable and exactly molded to the shape of the bottle.
This case, 9 times lighter than its predecessor, and developed in line with the House's zero aircraft policy, reduces its carbon impact by 60% according to the BEE (Environmental Assessment of Packaging) method of ADEME.
Where a statutory box made sense yesterday, a suit made of 100% cellulose fibers is essential today. It aims to reduce and recycle without distorting either the experience or the taste.
Grape VarietyChampagne Rose
Sparkling - full and complex
On the palate the attack is distinct and full, cradled by a gentle effervescence. The aromas of freshly picked berries are fully expressed. The balance brings together a delightful freshness and voluptuous body, expressed by an elegant bracing touch of mint and pink grapefruit.
For a main course, it will be a remarkable complement to a leg of milk-fed lamb or a low temperature cooked veal fillet. At the end of the meal it will find its full expression with a berry soup enhanced with an excellent Modena balsamic vinegar. It will be enhanced by thin slices of fine Italian prosciutto (San Daniele, Parma, etc.). A starter of mi-cuit salmon, or salmon prepared as a Japanese “tataki”, will reveal its many facets.
James Suckling - 93