Dom Ruinart rosé

Champagne, France

Price: 1.944,50 kn
  • Producer: Ruinart
  • Year: 2007.
  • Alcohol: 12.5%
  • Volume: 0,75L
  • This fine rosé champagne is based on the Chardonnay Grand cru and will accompany both a seafood theme (salmon tataki, marinated tuna, etc.) and a turf-based dish (poultry and veal in particular). With several years of additional ageing, it will pair with the same ingredients but with more intense, spicier and warmer flavours.

  • 8-10 °C


Since its foundation in 1729, excellence and know-how are at the heart of the first Champagne Maison. Chardonnay is the very soul of Ruinart. The grape, mainly harvested from the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims terroirs, brings elegance, purity and aromatic freshness to all its cuvées. The balance between its roots and the audacity of its commitments has turned it into an everlasting modern and contemporary Maison. It was the year 1959 that had the privilege Of the first cuvée Dom Ruinart, a blanc de blancs developed as an ode to the great Chardonnays, which was then released in 1966. A rosé Cuvée Dom Ruinart soon followed with the 1966 vintage, which went on to be sold in 1973.

Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004 encapsulates a balance one would believe to be impossible: a classic, yet velvety style of Champagne: Intense, delicate and aromatic, all at once. Composed of 80% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Noir vinified as red wine, it has the character of a « blanc de blancs rosé ». It is undoubtedly one of the most delicately aromatic rosés in existence. This constantly classic Champagne is defined by its layers of minerals laced with smoke. This brilliant expression with its ever so subtle sweetness is the result of a surprising balancing act: The creamy texture and classic style come together to represent a pedigreed wine. Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004 follows in the footsteps of its predecessors, the unparalleled 1998 and 2002, followed then by all those of its ancient lineage.