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Dom Ruinart Rosé 1990 Champagne

 

This great champagne, always a vintage, can be identified at first glance by its sustained yellow orange colour. From a noble line of Chardonnay grapes, Dom Ruinart Rosé benefits from a complex taste thanks to the small proportion of Pinot Noir in the blend.

Just like the Dom Ruinart, the Dom Ruinart Rosé is made principally from the finest chardonnay to which a percentage of red wines, coming from the pinot noir of champagne, has been added. The resulting colour is tinged with gold, the aromas expressive and complex.

Blend
Blend of 85% Grand Cru Chardonnay and 15% Grand Cru Pinot Noir from Verzenay and Verzy fully vinified as red wine.


Appearance
Orange colour with a copperish tinge and veering towards the colour of cognac. Beautiful clarity and striking brilliance. Constant stream of fine bubbles rising to the surface.

Nose
A complex and rich nose whose variety of aromas evolves with the temperature of the wine.
The first nose is dominated by hints of soft and cooked fruits; followed by smoky notes, Virginia tobacco and tanned leather.

Taste
This wine is surprisingly fresh for a 13 years old cuvée. Full-bodied and powerful.
Rich and complex aromas on the nose are confirmed in the mouth with a perfect balance between fruity notes, tobacco and spices. Long and persistent finish.

Use the links below to view more information about each champagne style.

"R" de Ruinart Brut

"R" de Ruinart Vintage 1998

Ruinart Blanc de Blancs

Ruinart Rosé

Dom Ruinart 1993

Dom Ruinart Rosé 1990

 



 


 
 

 

 

 

 

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