2007 Dom Ruinart

Ruinart (Champagne)

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Ruinart produces this 2007 Dom Ruinart ($143.75), a sparkling wine from the region of Champagne vinified with chardonnay from 2007 and has an alcoholic content of 12.5%. At Drinks&Co, this sparkling wine scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Dom Ruinart

Type Of Wine: sparkling wine
Vintage: 2007 Other vintages
Appellation:Champagne (Champagne,France)
Winery: Ruinart
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Chardonnay
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 12.5%
Type Of Sparkling: Brut
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Description · Ruinart

2007 Dom Ruinart (Chardonnay)


  • View: bright golden color with green highlights.
  • Nose: Intense aromas of ripe fruits and citrus, with hints of botanical flowers, licorice, spices, herbs and mineral tones.
  • Mouth: Soft body, fresh, light, balanced, elegant with citrus and mineral tones. lingering finish.

APPELLATION: Champagne.VINEYARD: Dom Ruinart.GRAPES: Chardonnay.

AGEING: 6 months in stainless steel casks on its lees.PREPARATION: The grapes are harvested by hand and transported in wooden crates to preserve its integrity. After a stabilization cold for a period of 8 hours, the grapes are pressed to produce the wort. The alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel barrels at controlled temperatures of 15 to 18 °C. Malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels, then place the wine in stainless steel kegs, where you will spend a period of aging before bottling.

PAIRING: White meat, seafood, appetizers, carpaccio, risotto, white pasta, salads, nuts, creamy desserts and fruit.RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURE SERVICE: 08.06 °CALCOHOL: 12.5%


Ruinart is the oldest established House of Champagne in the world. Founded in the city of Reims, the brand has been producing nothing but champagne since 1729. The company remains at the head of the champagne field, offering fine champagnes in three styles that are sure to please the palate and...

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Great Wines Direct

Posted on at 12.02


Dom Ruinart 2007

This vintage's nose reveals the sweet, gentle notes of chestnut, coconut and fresh bread This biscuity side to the wine very quickly gives way to the aromas of flowers (iris, lily-of-the-valley and the flowers of Seville orange trees) and citrus fruits (bergamot and citron) Just beneath the surface several mineral (wet rock and flint) and iodised saline notes make their appearanceOn the palate this vintage is initially direct but silky, sustained by mineral notesThe ephemeral nature of the Dom R

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Brut De Champ

Posted on at 04.22

4 /5

Dom Ruinart 2007

- View: a sparkling dress, a yellow gold with delicate green bronze reflections, an effervescence of great finesse and a foam of a remarkable abundance for this year are the beginnings of a tasting unusual.
- Nose: and mineral very racy, the first nose highlights the ripeness of the vintage 1998 in a fresh honey register, white nougat and candied citrus. The evocations of p̢tisserie and dried fruit in the second nose confirms the announced sweetness, originally of great aromatic complexity.
- Palate: The palate is full and particularly silky. The fruit flavors dominate, but in a richer register, with a touch of candied fruit and nuts. Mangoes, kumquats, almond, hazelnut

Softness and drought characterize the wine year 2004. The spring and summer are marked by beautiful warm and sunny periods. And even if some rain disturb late August, the dry wind and good weather in September to allow the grapes to ripen in excellent conditions. A month of September is ideally sunny originally a perfectly ripe grapes having kept a very good level of acidity. The grapes harvested during the second half of September, have arguably the best balance from the great 1996 vintage.
The nice cool Dom Ruinart 2002 did a wonderful aperitif Champagne. Mellowed by a few months of aging, he will marry dishes where sea and iodine notes will play with its minerality: Walnut St. Jacques thinly sliced ​​marinated seaweed, tomato water jelly or prawns marinated and light cream bark kombawa. Born of a great vintage, the 2002 Dom Ruinart advantageously retained in the cellar to be enjoyed after several years of additional aging for many years and enjoyed at table with dishes with intense flavors.
Wine  Must

Posted on at 04.43

4 /5

Dom Ruinart 2007

Fù who was born in 1729 "Ruinart", one of the most renowned fashion house of France by Dom Thierry Ruinart. He has dedicated this superb cuvée Blanc de Blancs "Dom Ruinart", obtained from carefully selected grapes from the best plots of vines of the historic production area of ​​Champagne. Really unusual such a light and aromatic structure is able to unite the absolute level gustolfattive experience, starting from the common bread until going into incredible chestnut notes. A Champagne that comes from every possible evaluation scheme. Potentially would also be forgotten in the cellar for twenty years without any loss, anzi..Annata 2006. Its tension with rounded corners creates a foam veil that reveals very rich aromas of freshness. The scents of fresh flowers give the wine a delicacy that mitigates that austerity waiting; this is not a defect, but rather a hallmark. At a perfumer evokes notes of reseda, care to its preparations.

Posted on at 04.39

4 /5

Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2007

Tribute to Dom Thierry Ruinart, visionary, the origin of the foundation of the Maison, the Champagne Blanc de Blancs cuvée Dom Ruinart is exceptional. A rare wine, the highest expression of the Grands Crus of the most noble Chardonnay, offering extraordinary tasting experience: 63% of the Côte des Blancs (predominantly Chouilly, Avize and Le Mesnil) and 37% of the northern slopes of the Montagne de Reims (predominantly Sillery and Puisieulx). A perfect combination that gives this vintage opulence and freshness, power and finesse. Featuring a bright straw yellow color and a particularly fine and persistent perlage, this champagne is expressed on the nose with a very soft and elegant bouquet, ethereal. His notes, fresh and delicate, complemented by lightly toasted brioche aromas and are typical of the Dom Ruinart style. The final, characterized by a pleasant citrus note, gives silky and refreshing acidity. Perfect to accompany elaborated dishes based on fish and shellfish.

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Marcus Champagne
Marcus Champagne


Scent: fresh and fresh with notes of coconut, chestnut, light woods and lemon.

Taste: fresh and fresh flavor with hints of lemon and fresh bread which then goes over to a mixture of bright fruits bright flowers. The final notes are colored by kumquat.

Comment: A very good blanc de blancs with an original taste. Recommended!
Lizz Cubbert
Lizz Cubbert


Ruinart Dom Ruinart Brut 2004
The Ruinart Dom Ruinart Brut 2004 gave off aromas of yeast. Unfortunately the wine tasted and smelled foul,like cork.
Too much wood flavour.

Reviews about Dom Ruinart 2006

Mary Wilson
Mary Wilson


I am convinced that any meat will suit. The first person who mentioned this wine to me, was my brother.
Nice and pretty colour. Smells of yeast and bakery. Strong flavour which reminds me of strawberry candy.