This fine rosé champagne is based on the Chardonnay grand cru and will acompany 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.
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.