Ruinart Dom ruinart 2007 blanc de blancs
This beautiful vintage champagne is an ode to the blanc de blancs style and the pure elegance of chardonnay. Dom Ruinart 2007 initially suggests minerality and smokiness, then surprises with a turn towards citrus freshness. The chardonnay grapes, from grand cru vineyards in Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims, impart a unique finesse, while time in Ruinart’s cellars bestows impressive aromatic intensity.
The first established champagne House. Founded in 1729. Chardonnay is the golden thread of the Ruinart Taste and aromatic freshness of the wines. Les Crayères: ageing of the wines in chalk cellars offering the triple benefit of: - a constantly stable temperature, - the complete absence of vibration and a perfect humidity level, - providing ideal conditions for the fermentation and maturation of the Ruinart wines. Blanc de Blancs: flagship of the Maison. Symbol of timeless and elegance.
Aromas of chalk, then flint, mingle with a light tobacco smokiness that evolves to a more springlike state, with notes of sap, acacia, yellow and green citrus, and just a hint of fig and liquorice. Deeply intense on the palate, this champagne begins smoothly before quickly revealing a thrilling liveliness, supported by notes of fresh green citrus and grapefruit.
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