Friday 24th of August
7 pm for 7.30pm start
£175 per person
“In the name of God and the Holy Virgin shall this book be opened…”
It was with these words, written by Nicolas Ruinart on 1 September 1729 that the House of Ruinart was officially established. This makes it the oldest Champagne house of them all.
The House of Ruinart traces its history back to the very origins of Champagne. At the beginning of the 18th century, Dom Thierry Ruinart helped to discover the secret of “the wine that sparkles”. Dom Ruinart confided his knowledge to his nephew, Nicholas Ruinart.
A true entrepreneur, Nicolas Ruinart fulfilled the ambition of his uncle to make Ruinart the premier champagne house, today the house of Ruinart is rated in the top handful of all Champagne Houses. We are delighted that over the years we have been able to source many old vintages, many in magnums direct from Ruinart cellars and we think it is high time we open and share them!
A Seven course tasting menu matched with 8 champagnes, including the new vintages of Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blanc and Rose.
Champagnes will include:
NV Ruinart Blanc de Blanc En Magnum
2006 Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blanc
1993 Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blanc En Magnum
1986 Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blanc En Magnum
2004 Dom Ruinart Rosé
1990 Dom Ruinart Rosé En Magnum
1988 Dom Ruinart Rosé En Magnum
1981 Dom Ruinart Rosé, Reims En Magnum
If you wish to book, please contact us directly on: 029 2022 4343 or email@example.com