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2002 Dom Ruinart ‘Blanc de Blancs’

Original price was: $599.00.Current price is: $580.00.
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The longest-established champagne house of all has an affinity with chardonnay’s freshness, finesse and elegance, and all of its finest cuvées lead with this variety, even its prestige rosé. Without the might of Moët & Chandon, the brand impact of Veuve Clicquot or the cachet of Krug, Ruinart champagne lurks as the low-profile member of the Louis Vuitton–Moët Hennessy family.

Tasting Notes

97 Points Vinous
Still a stunner, the 2002 Dom Ruinart is just as gorgeous as it has always been. Warm, toasty notes meld into apricots, succulent peaches, white flowers and spices in a rich, expansive Champagne that captures the essence of the year. The 2002 is pure, full-throttle opulence, yet all the elements are very much in balance. A creamy, resonant finish rounds things out in style. Multiple tastings have shown that the 2002 is shutting down in bottle, so my suggestion is to be patient. What a gorgeous wine this is.

2002 Dom Ruinart ‘Blanc de Blancs’