Nice strawberry vanilla creme brulle on the nose, yummy palate. Crisp acidiy on palate with nice subtle red and peach fruit. really delicious. I enjoyed on Bastille Day!
Love it. Beats my second favorite Veuve hands down. Great nose, amazing never ending bubbles and beautiful n the glass
One and a half glasses
External Reviews for Ruinart Champagne Dom Ruinart Brut Vintage Rose
An animal aroma, with wild cherry and citrus notes, marks this vinous, concentrated rosé. It has power and persistence, thus is more suited to food — think lobster in a cream sauce — than casual sipping. Drink now through 2010.
Utterly delicious, totally fruit-driven and with surprising finesse, this is just the second Ruinart Brut Rose cuvee produced by Fred Panaiotis, the young, highly talented new chef de caves. If he keeps this up, Ruinart, the oldest Champagne house, could be a superstar in the making.
An animal aroma, with wild cherry and citrus notes, marks this vinous, concentrated rosé. It has power and persistence, thus is more suited to food - think lobster in a cream sauce - than casual sipping. Drink now through 2010.
An elegant, serious rosé Champagne with none of the tannins that can sneak into rosé; like its traditional sister, the yeasts are demure; delicious berry flavors come through strongly.
Dark pink. Fresh, zesty nose offers pure strawberry and pomegranate aromas and hints of Asian spices. Then deep, rich and smoky on the palate, with a chewy texture to the ripe red berry and cherry flavors. Finishes with noteworthy length. This medium-bodied wine has the clarity and energy to work as an aperitif but is also rich enough to serve at the table.
Rich and refined, this is a pink bubbly with a serious side. It's dry, with a vinous edge to the light berry and watermelon flavors. Has fine balance, with a lingering cherry and mineral aftertaste. Drink now through 2010. –BS - Wine Spectator Magazine 90 Points
A mature, beautifully balanced wine, with great fresh raspberry and red currant flavors. It is rich, dense, balancing toast, yeast and fresh fruit. With its dry edge, think of this as a food wine.