Ruinart Rosé 1990 Champagne
This great champagne, always a vintage,
can be identified at first glance by its sustained yellow
orange colour. From a noble line of Chardonnay grapes,
Dom Ruinart Rosé benefits from a complex taste
thanks to the small proportion of Pinot Noir in the
Just like the Dom Ruinart, the Dom Ruinart Rosé
is made principally from the finest chardonnay to which
a percentage of red wines, coming from the pinot noir
of champagne, has been added. The resulting colour is
tinged with gold, the aromas expressive and complex.
Blend of 85% Grand Cru Chardonnay and 15% Grand Cru
Pinot Noir from Verzenay and Verzy fully vinified as
Orange colour with a copperish tinge and veering towards
the colour of cognac. Beautiful clarity and striking
brilliance. Constant stream of fine bubbles rising to
A complex and rich nose whose variety of aromas evolves
with the temperature of the wine.
The first nose is dominated by hints of soft and cooked
fruits; followed by smoky notes, Virginia tobacco and
This wine is surprisingly fresh for a 13 years old cuvée.
Full-bodied and powerful.
Rich and complex aromas on the nose are confirmed in
the mouth with a perfect balance between fruity notes,
tobacco and spices. Long and persistent finish.
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de Ruinart Brut
de Ruinart Vintage 1998
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Ruinart Rosé 1990