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Dom Ruinart Rosé 2007: New release tasted

Simon Field MW tastes the new vintage of this flagship rosé, as well as the 2004 and 1990 vintages...

With a distinguished history dating back to 1729 and a strong claim to be the oldest of all Champagne houses, Ruinart commemorates its founder – a monk like Dom Pérignon – with its deluxe Dom range, which is seen by many as even better than its famous LVMH sibling.


Tasting Dom Ruinart Rosé: 2007, 2004 & 1990

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