Dom Ruinart Rosé presents a vibrant colour, a deep coral with delicate coppery tones.
The primary aroma of this vintage champagne is surprisingly intense and complex; notes of exotic fruits (guava) and citrus (blood orange, lemon), intermingle with floral aromas such as violet and rose, with a touch of musk. Allowing it to breathe reveals notes of allspice followed by orange blossom, brioche, orgeat, with a base of perfectly ripe red fruits.
Dom Ruinart Rosé 2002 will complement to perfection savoury dishes such as soy-glazed squab, wild duck with chanterelles and morello cherries, or even a slow-cooked veal cutlet accompanied by risotto al radicchio.
DOM RUINART ROSÉ 1996
Its directness and mineral taste give away the unique signature of a vintage unlike any other, composed of Chardonnay (84%) and Pinot Noir (16%).
The high proportion of Chardonnay is unique in the world of exceptional
A « Burgundy » nose, where the first delicate and fruity touches announce
the aromatic opulence to come: red berries, citrus fruits, liquorice...
… and a taste of Champagne, of surprising freshness, both exceptionally
long and vertical.
Dom Ruinart Rosé 1996 is the sublime expression
of the Ruinart Taste.