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Champagne Ruinart steps amongst its established fans and fans-to-be, with a particular spring in its step these days. Since Frédéric Panaïotis became Chef de Caves in 2007,  the oldest champagne house has more than doubled its production to ‘big boutique’ status … Continue reading

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Ruinart is the oldest champagne house, founded 1729, a tenet of champagne lore.  In 1728 Louis XV let champagne be transported in bottle as well as barrel and this meant sparkling champagne could be sold to the elite classes of … Continue reading

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Frédéric Panaïotis (see pic), Chef de Cave of Champagne Ruinart, was in London last week showing off Dom Ruinart Rosés. We were in an art gallery, not a church, but it felt the same. Pretty uplifting, and when it was … Continue reading

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I’ve always loved Champagne Ruinart, both its very serious Dom Ruinart versions and its gluggable Rosé NV.  But the wine most people say they love a lot from the range is Ruinart Blanc de Blancs NV, in its very distinctive … Continue reading

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