Ruinart produces this Dom Ruinart Rosé , a sparkling wine from the region of Champagne from the pinot meunier, chardonnay and pinot noir grapes. At Drinks&Co, this sparkling wine scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.
“L '2002 vintage was characterized by a mild and dry climate. Both the spring that summer had wonderful sunny periods. Although there was no rain in late August, the dry wind and good weather which arrived in September has made possible the maturation of the grapes in excellent condition. The right amount of sunshine throughout September has meant that the harvest was perfectly ripe, while maintaining a good level of acidity. The stagioneanche if late is conducive for the workmanship of excellent red wines. The mixture was carried out using 80% Grand Cru Chardonnay - 72% of the Côte des Blancs (Avize, Cramant, Le Mesnil - sur - Oger) and 28% from the Montagne de Reims (Puisieulx, Sillery) - and 20% Pinot Noir red wine made from Sillery and Verzenay crus. Vinification: Features: alcohol Potential: 10, 5 ° (10, 7 ° for the Chardonnay) Total acidity: 7, 2 g H2SO4 / l Hand picking Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature (18 - 20 ° C) malolactic fermentation (100%) Dosage: 5, 5 g / l cOLOR: Dom Ruinart Rosé 2002 features a vibrant color, deep coral with delicate copper hues. The nose: The primary aroma of this vintage champagne is surprisingly intense and complex notes of exotic fruit (guava) and (blood orange, citron), citrus blend with floral aromas like violet and pink, with a touch of musk. Enabling you to breathe reveals allspice notes followed by orange flowers, brioche, barley water, made from perfectly ripe red fruits. On the palate: The richness of the 2002 vintage with a unique breadth and volume on the palate. It offers an excellent fruity, floral and spicy aromatic range. The low-dose leaves a final flourish of great purity, which expresses the nobility of the great cru that make up this cuvée. Dom Ruinart Rosé 2002 offers fine persistent effervescence. PAIRING: Dom Ruinart Rosé 2002 will complete perfectly savory dishes like lacquered squab, wild duck with chanterelles and black cherries, or even a cooked schnitzel slowly accompanied by risotto with radicchio. No doubt, the longer the higher age of Dom Ruinart Rosé will vintages as 1996, 1990, 1988 or the legendary 1976.”
- View: A bright and soft pink, with pink gold highlights, which link the coral shades that will grow in the coming years.
- Nose: The nose is very open and bright, in a fine mix of flowers (rose, geranium) and a multitude of fruit: plum, red plum, strawberry, gooseberry ‰ u_ The ripeness of the vintage appears after minutes as more warm notes: cream and fruit jelly, white chocolate, candied grapefruit, all enhanced with a touch of honey.
- Palate: The palate perfectly exploits the complementary grape varieties and originality of the assembly Dom Ruinart Rosé. This is the sign that the attack chardonnay, both coated, precise and delicate. The finish, nicely structured and contained power, lets express Pinot Noir with a fine bitterness (rhubarb, grapefruit) underlined by the low dosage.
After the extravagance of 1996, the Champagne left with a 1998 vintage to classic balance. After a summer of contrasts, sunny weather from mid-September has returned grapes of high quality, combining maturity, freshness and good sanitary condition. Assembly made from 85% Chardonnay the great wines of the Côte des Blancs 66% (Avize, Cramant, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger) and the Montagne de Reims 34% (Sillery, Puisieulx, Verzenay) and 15% Pinot black vinified in red, from raw Sillery and Verzenay.
Imbued with a fullness in the spirit of the Dom Ruinart Rosé style, the 1998 vintage will prove comfortable at the table, on level with rich and complex flavors: Prawns marinated with coriander, Seared, or Coast and sweetbread caramelized veal, candied artichokes and chanterelles casserole with spring onions. Fans still retain a few years in their cellars to let him reach optimal maturity, like his illustrious seniors that are the vintages 1996, 1990 or 1986.”
“I especially liked the colour. A wine with clearly projected aromas and flavours, such as yeast. A little too acid although it depends on the taste of each person.
We had it with a tart.
Great for romantic evenings.”
“Dom Ruinart Rose Magnum Tasting Notes Dom Ruinart Rose MagnumDom Ruinart Rosé has an intense coral color and sharp, with delicately coppery highlights. Its effervescence is fine and persistente.La first nose of this add surprised by its intensity and aromatic complexity. Touches of exotic fruits (guava) and citrus (blood orange, citron) are mixed with floral aromas, like violet and pink, with an animal touch reminiscent of musk.”