In this incredibly sunny vintage ( a record in the last 30 years), the champagne house Ruinart created a high quality rosé champagne. Composed of 83% Chardonnay Grand Crus and 17% Pinot Noir Grand Crus, this rosé impresses by its incredible hold in time. Dom Ruinart Rosé 1990 presents an orangy colour with copper-coloured glints. Spicy notes ( nutmeg, tonka) are supported by aromas of toffee and honey, which are signs of its age. The whole has fresh salty notes and hints of wood. The palate is broad, and has a broad and absorbed attack thanks to the Chardonnay. Warm notes of gingerbread and caramel mix with very riped red berry hints (cherry, wild strawberry). There is a salty freshness on finish adding to the silky mouth-feel and bringing complexity and length. This is a great and complex rosé champagne.
|Grape varieties||Chardonnay/Pinot Noir|
|Producer/Bottled by||CHAMPAGNE RUINART 51053 REIMS FRANCE|