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Dom Ruinart Brut Blanc de Blancs 2004

Dom Ruinart Brut Blanc de Blancs 2004 is a delicate French Champagne. A straw yellow in color, it offers aromas of citrus, tree fruits, mint and steely minerality on the nose. On the palate, flavors of citrus and sea spray with fantastic acidity, silky texture and toasty notes on finish. Ruinart is the oldest producer of champagne, officially founded in 1729 by Nicolas Ruinart, who was the nephew of the monk Dom Thierry Ruinart. This was the dawn of champagne – prior to 25 May 1728, the wine of champagne was not allowed to be commercially transported in bottles. Nicolas Ruinart passed the management of his champagne house progressively throughout the 1760s to his very capable son, Claude, who was to hold the reins for the next thirty years. It was Claude Ruinart who entered the nobility, when he was created seigneur [lord] de Brimont. Brimont was known then as it is now as an exceptional source for champagne grapes. It was also Claude who had the foresight to purchase the first of the crayères, the underground chalk quarries left by the Romans.
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