Dom Ruinart was established in 1729 and was the very first established house of Champagne. They only make a handful of cuvees which are the Blanc de Blancs and Rose which are both available in NV and Millesime, in which the Millesime are only created in the best harvests. The essence of all their cuvees, their Champagnes are made entirely with Chardonnay Grand Cru that are carefully harvested on different terroirs from the Côte des Blancs and the Montagne de Reims vineyards to offer complementary characteristics. It is at the heart of the cellars of Maison Ruinart that these prestige bottles are slowly aged, for an average of ten years, and gain in aromatic complexity. Their Champagnes are known to be elegant, fresh and sophisticated with a refined structure.
A factor that is often overlooked, is that Ruinart Champagne ages supremely well, particularly from magnum, gaining richness and complexity and finesse.
Arrived last week, we have a parcel of Ruinart R de Ruinart Brut Millesime 1998 in rare magnum formats that definitely worth adding to the cellar. Immediately available for delivery, let me know if you want any of these for the upcoming holiday gatherings -
Ruinart R de Ruinart Brut Millesime 1998
HK$2,800 per 1.5L Mag
HK$2,700 per 1.5L Mag
HK$2,600 per 1.5L Mag if you buy three or above
Market price of 750ml: HK$1,480
Only 1 listing of 1.5L from HK$3,670 per 1.5L
Subject to final confirmation. Ready for delivery. Special discount valid until the end of 31st January 2023 (Tue).
Delivery is free-of-charge for single purchase above HK$3,000 or 6 bottles (or accumulated amount at time of delivery); otherwise, a standard delivery fee of HK$100 applies.