Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2010 elected best champagne in the world

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For the second year in a row, Ruinart, the oldest Champagne House, has been awarded the prize of Best Champagne in the World with the cuvée Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2010.

 

The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championship aims to provide consumers and professionals with an annual guide to the best champagnes and sparkling wines in the world. The winners of this new edition were presented in London in the sumptuous Merchants Taylors Hall, which looks like the Hogwarts school of the Harry Potter series.

 

And this year again, it is the House of Ruinart that wins the honorary title of best champagne in the world. The cuvée Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2010 has been awarded the title of Supreme World Champion.

 

This award recognizes the intuition of Ruinart’s oenological teams. They decided to reintroduce the tirage-liège, which replaces the metal capsules, for the 2010 vintage of the House’s prestige cuvée. This “return to the roots”, with this natural material, gives it, according to the specialists, more amplitude and complexity.

 

Twelve years ago, nothing suggested that this vintage would be a great year for this sparkling wine, due to a nature weakened by climatic hazards. And yet, from these yellowish and white fruits, was born a champagne with an unexpected aromatic tone.

 

It took a decade to reach its potential. Don Ruinart 2010 is the result of a long work, with a perfect aging, to become the best champagne in the world.

 

A world title, but not only. Indeed, the cuvée Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2010 has been awarded both the title of Best Champagne and Best French Sparkling Wine.

 

Other French champagnes and spirits received awards at this international competition. Maison Mumm was placed best in its category for the Champagne Blanc de Blanc Vintage, Louis Roederer for the vintage white champagne or Pierre Jouët, the award for Best Champagne Rosé Vintage.

 

A distinction accompanied by a new dress

 

Two years ago, the French House of Ruinart made a responsible commitment by revisiting its approach to packaging under the sign of sustainability, with a Seconde Peau case. Adaptable to all the House’s bottles, this new case is reusable, recyclable and compostable.

 

For the end-of-year celebrations, this paper envelope, which is 62 times lighter in terms of carbon footprint, has been given a new look. Called Étui Craie, it has a faceted shape and a velvet touch that evokes a block of chalk, referring to the chalk pits of the Champagne region.

 

 

A new look for a new life, or rather for a new coronation.

 

Read also >Rémy Cointreau is committed to the circularity of its bottles

 

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For the second year in a row, Ruinart, the oldest Champagne House, has been awarded the prize of Best Champagne in the World with the cuvée Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2010.

 

The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championship aims to provide consumers and professionals with an annual guide to the best champagnes and sparkling wines in the world. The winners of this new edition were presented in London in the sumptuous Merchants Taylors Hall, which looks like the Hogwarts school of the Harry Potter series.

 

And this year again, it is the House of Ruinart that wins the honorary title of best champagne in the world. The cuvée Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2010 has been awarded the title of Supreme World Champion.

 

This award recognizes the intuition of Ruinart’s oenological teams. They decided to reintroduce the tirage-liège, which replaces the metal capsules, for the 2010 vintage of the House’s prestige cuvée. This “return to the roots”, with this natural material, gives it, according to the specialists, more amplitude and complexity.

 

Twelve years ago, nothing suggested that this vintage would be a great year for this sparkling wine, due to a nature weakened by climatic hazards. And yet, from these yellowish and white fruits, was born a champagne with an unexpected aromatic tone.

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For the second year in a row, Ruinart, the oldest Champagne House, has been awarded the prize of Best Champagne in the World with the cuvée Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2010.

 

The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championship aims to provide consumers and professionals with an annual guide to the best champagnes and sparkling wines in the world. The winners of this new edition were presented in London in the sumptuous Merchants Taylors Hall, which looks like the Hogwarts school of the Harry Potter series.

 

And this year again, it is the House of Ruinart that wins the honorary title of best champagne in the world. The cuvée Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2010 has been awarded the title of Supreme World Champion.

 

This award recognizes the intuition of Ruinart’s oenological teams. They decided to reintroduce the tirage-liège, which replaces the metal capsules, for the 2010 vintage of the House’s prestige cuvée. This “return to the roots”, with this natural material, gives it, according to the specialists, more amplitude and complexity.

 

Twelve years ago, nothing suggested that this vintage would be a great year for this sparkling wine, due to a nature weakened by climatic hazards. And yet, from these yellowish and white fruits, was born a champagne with an unexpected aromatic tone.

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