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Ruinart : Dom Ruinart 2002

Champagne - White - 12.5° Ruinart Ruinart 2002 3053/02
  • Parker : 91
  • J. Robinson : 17,5
Dom Ruinart 2002 of the Champagne House Ruinart offers a bright and pale yellow robe, with almond green glints. This champagne effervescence is delicate and lively. On the nose, it first reveals a bouquet strongly evoking freshness and youth through the floral frangrances of linden-tree and the notes of yellow plum, pear, and bergamot. It then expresses aromas of pastry with a menthol freshness. On the palate, Dom Ruinart 2002 shows the breadth of its character and refinement, marked by a silky acidity. Finally, the freshness of its citrus and exotic fruits gives way to a beautiful minerality.

Wine Advocate-Parker :
Close to 30% of the Chardonnay that as always (despite the absence of "blanc de blancs" from its label) dominates Ruinart's prestige cuvee comes - specifically in the case of their 2002 Brut Dom Ruinart - from the northern Montagne de Reims, though the rest is from the Cote des Blancs (predominantly Avize and Chouilly). Hints of lees autolysis and heliotrope perfume cap a nose in which very ripe sickle pear predominates. Happily, an efficacious squirt of fresh lime lends refreshing and vivacious acidity to the pear on a lush and gently effervescent palate. Pungently struck-flint and iodine-like notes as well as hints of lightly toasted almond and hazelnut add allure to a generously fruity finish. This might well reward a couple of years' bottle age, though its highly appealing present personality is very much tied up with freshness.
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€249.32
EUR 230.0 Millesima In stock

Millesima offers Ruinart, purchased exclusively from their producing estates. In stock in our cellars in Bordeaux in their original case from the Château or Estate.

Dom Ruinart 2002 of the Champagne House Ruinart offers a bright and pale yellow robe, with almond green glints. This champagne effervescence is delicate and lively. On the nose, it first reveals a bouquet strongly evoking freshness and youth through the floral frangrances of linden-tree and the notes of yellow plum, pear, and bergamot. It then expresses aromas of pastry with a menthol freshness. On the palate, Dom Ruinart 2002 shows the breadth of its character and refinement, marked by a silky acidity. Finally, the freshness of its citrus and exotic fruits gives way to a beautiful minerality.

Wine Advocate-Parker :
Close to 30% of the Chardonnay that as always (despite the absence of "blanc de blancs" from its label) dominates Ruinart's prestige cuvee comes - specifically in the case of their 2002 Brut Dom Ruinart - from the northern Montagne de Reims, though the rest is from the Cote des Blancs (predominantly Avize and Chouilly). Hints of lees autolysis and heliotrope perfume cap a nose in which very ripe sickle pear predominates. Happily, an efficacious squirt of fresh lime lends refreshing and vivacious acidity to the pear on a lush and gently effervescent palate. Pungently struck-flint and iodine-like notes as well as hints of lightly toasted almond and hazelnut add allure to a generously fruity finish. This might well reward a couple of years' bottle age, though its highly appealing present personality is very much tied up with freshness.
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