RUINART Brut 1998
RUINART Brut 1998
RUINART Brut 1998
RUINART Brut 1998
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1998 RUINART Brut 1998

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Expert's opinions

17 / 20
Jancis Robinson

(10-2013) Bready nose with some real interest. Solid stuff – something to get your teeth into, in a good way. Very clean and neat and tastes as though it had quite a bit of age on lees.

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92 / 100
Falstaff

(11-2019) Light greenish yellow, silver reflections, fine persistent mousse. White apple fruit with a hint of lime zest, delicate hazelnut, candied orange zest. Juicy, fine yellow tropical fruit, pleasant acidity, mineral touch, discreet blossom honey on the finish; versatile.

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(12-2008) The 1998 Dom Ruinart Brut Vintage is simply gorgeous. This taut, focused Champagne is currently quite shut down and appears to be holding back much of its potential. Still, the wine possesses plenty of density in its ripe Chardonnay fruit, smoke and minerals, with a long, subtle finish. All this wine needs is time in bottle. If past vintages are any indication, the 1998 should age beautifully. Readers who enjoy fresh wines will find plenty to admire in this wine now, but those who enjoy Champagnes with a little age on them will want to wait a few years before enjoying this fine effort.

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90 / 100
Tim Atkin

(01-2023) 

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90 / 100
Wine Enthusiast

(01-2009) Ruinart, one of Champagne's oldest brands, produces a fresh, delicate style of non-vintage, with a soft mousse and good bottle age toast and yeast. The wine is edged with citrus, giving a fresh, apéritif style of Champagne.

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90 / 100
Wine Spectator

(12-2008) Starts out rich, showing peach and apricot aromas and flavors, with an undercurrent of grapefruit and mineral. The finish is tighter, with a dry, chalky feel.

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Appellation Champagne
Colour Champagne
Volume 0.75 l
Country France
Château Ruinart
Ruinart
Champagne Ruinart Champagne house is established on 1 September 1729 by Nicolas Ruinart in Reims, the nephew of the Benedictine monk Dom Thierry Ruinart. It is one of the oldest Champagne houses still in operation after the house Gosset, founded in 1584. Ruinart Champagne is a prestigious champagne house to the origin of "taste RUINART" which is characterized by the finesse, elegance and distinction. Champagne Ruinart: a house that through the centuries and its successors will always be the priority culture of excellence, mediated by the core values of authenticity, openness, refinement and quality .... This quest for perfection is illustrated particularly by dominant Chardonnay, which is a component of the full range of Ruinart and Dom Ruinart prestige brands, such as a golden thread that magnifies champagnes. Chardonnay illuminates all these wines, he exalts the glory, gives them so special that this fluidity can be recognized among all. All these characteristics over time perpetuating the culture and lifestyle of Ruinart, which arises today esthete champagne across the world...