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For the past 7 years, the Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships have been rewarding the best sparkling wines. This year, Maison Ruinart is delighted to announce that the Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004 in magnum format has been named “Supreme World Champion”.
The magnum format is the one that best preserves the freshness of the wines. Thanks to the longer ageing period, its volume allows the development of more intense notes.
The Cuvée Dom Ruinart honors Chardonnay, the Maison’s emblematic grape variety, by celebrating the best harvests.
Aged with care and patience in Ruinart’s Crayères for nearly 10 years in ideal conditions, the wine is then stirred and disgorged according to the purest champagne tradition.
Its rosé expression is even rarer as it comprises a base of Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs (80%) blended with Pinot Noir vinified as a red wine – both from the same year.
The year must therefore be exceptional for Chardonnay and Pinot.
20 vintages have been marketed since 1966.
This cuvée was crowned at the prestigious Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships.
Launched in 2014 by renowned writer and specialist author Tom Stevenson, this wine competition aims to provide consumers and professionals with an annual guide to the world’s best champagnes and sparkling wines.
The jury is composed exclusively of champagne and sparkling wine specialists and the tasting is conducted completely blind.