This course was followed with the Ruinart Brut Rose and broiled lobster tails with melted butter. In the glass, the Rose was a salmon-pink and equally effervescent. It had fresh, fruity aromas and flavors of raspberry, cherry and orange peel which ended with a medium-length, tart berry finish. After midnight, we finished the evening with large strawberries and melted dark chocolate for dipping. Absolutely delicious!
I think the antique bottle shape is what initially attracted us to the House of Ruinart Champagne. It always makes a unique impression upon serving but the quality of the contents is why we continue to purchase it.
Happy New Year!