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Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004


Elected as Best Champagne in the World at the "Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships"

A WORLDWIDE RECOGNITION Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships

The Cuvée Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004 in magnum format has been named “Supreme World Champion” at the "Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships".

This worldwide competition was launched in 2014 by renowned writer and champagne wine specialist author Tom Stevenson. A jury of champagne and wine specialists are brought together for a blind tasting. Results are published in the annual guide to the world's best champagnes and sparkling wines.

DOM RUINART ROSÉ 2004 The result of an exceptional year

Dom Ruinart cuvées, aged with care and patience in Ruinart’s Crayères for nearly 10 years, are stirred and disgorged according to the purest champagne tradition. They celebrate the best harvests and highlight chardonnay, the Maison’s emblematic grape variety. The first Dom Ruinart cuvée was born in 1959. Only 26 vintages have been released since.

Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004 is the result of an exceptional year. It comprises a base of 80% of Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2004, blended with pinot noir vinified as a red wine from the same year.

This vintage has a complex and delicate aromatic palate of crisp red fruits with smoky and spicy notes. The magnum format allows for a slower ageing period than the 75cl bottles. It preserves the freshness of the wines longer and develops more intense notes.

Rosé champagne has a very special place in the history of the House. In 1764, Ruinart was the first champagne house to release a rosé champagne, then called «oeil de perdrix».