1. Champagne Dom Ruinart Blanc

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    • Sweetness:
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    • Body:
      Full Body

    Tasting Note :

    Dom Ruinart 2002 reveals a vibrant, clear yellow colour enhanced with highlights of green almond. The mousse is fine and elegant.

    The youth of the wine is evident on the nose with aromas of white flowers (linden blossom), fresh yellow plums, nashi pears and bergamot citrus character.

    Allowing it to breathe reveals a rich base, with notes of biscuits and coconut followed by hazelnuts. The intensity is highlighted by a mineral, minty freshness.

    On the palate the freshness of citrus and tropical fruit culminates with superb mineral quality and a touch of gunflint.

    The result is a focussed purity and exceptional length supported by subtle effervescence and beautifully integrated vibrant acidity.

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    • Score:
      RP 96
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    • Food Pairing:
      Cod Fillet, Crab Risotto, Scallop

    Details :

    The spectacular brightness of Dom Ruinart 2002 makes it the quintessential Champagne for aperitifs. Softened by a few extra months of aging, it will also pair perfectly with food which compliments its mineral qualities and fruity character: fine slices of scallops marinated in seaweed and tomato water or a marinade of scampi and a light kaffir lime peel cream.

    Dom Ruinart 2002 is born from a great vintage and cellaring it for several years will be advantageous when pairing it with dishes with very intense flavours.

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