Dom Ruinart Rose 2004 in Gift Box
A subtly aromatic and shimmering rosé champagne with a distinguished structure and velvety texture, Dom Ruinart Rose 2004 is ripe red fruit and freshness in a glass.
Ruinart has a long history of producing rosé champagnes, having created the first more than 250 years ago. The crisp and complex 2004 is the 19th vintage rosé champagne from the maison.
On the eye: A soft pink, with copper reflections.
On the nose: Gently aromatic on the nose, ripe, sweet red fruits and strawberry preserves develop into hints of rose and a subtle minerality.
On the palate: Clean and crisp, with a velvety texture, this champagne tastes of ripe red fruits, blood oranges and mandarins. A low dosage highlights the complexity of this champagne’s grands crus.
Starter: A simple salmon tataki or a center-cut salmon fillet marinated in tamarind and oolong tea, served with seasoned bok choy, will enhance Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004.
Main: Avoid intense flavors and serve with simply cooked poultry, such as smoked cornish hen with a butternut squash purée.
Dessert: Match the fruitiness of this rosé with forest berries accompanying an indulgent yet light white chocolate mousse.