The dress of the Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004 is of a pretty rose enhanced by lightly coppery reflections.
The nose has a great aromatic sweetness, characterised by notes of ripe and sweet red fruits (raspberry jelly, currant, wild strawberry). Notes of fresh rose petals complete this aromatic palette and add to a slight minerality.
The 2004 vintage marks the palate with its frank and straight impression, bringing freshness and sharpness to the finish. The register, always marked by red fruits, is completed by fully ripe citrus fruits: blood orange, mandarin orange. The low dosage makes it possible to underline the purity and complexity of the greatest wines of Champagne.
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Founded by Nicolas Ruinart in Reims in 1729, Ruinart is the oldest Champagne house. Its Gallo-Roman chalk cellars are a UNESCO world heritage site and every two years the finest sommeliers in Europe gather here to compete for the Trophée Ruinart. With a production of 1.7 million bottles per annum, Ruinart is considered a small house by Champagne standards.
“The House of Ruinart was founded in 1729, well into the XVIIIth Century, at a time when a new 'art of living' was emerging in France. Sustaining, developing and exporting this art is a mission that comes naturally to the oldest champagne House.” - Ruinart
The house has kept its distinguished rounded bottle shapes for centuries as well as retaining the values of quality, authenticity and elegance.The estate is now part of the LVMH group that also owns Moët & Chandon.