1993 Dom Ruinart Blanc De Blancs Brut Champagne

SKU #1280725 93 points Wine Enthusiast

 A beautifully matured wine, all toast and rich vanilla with a touch of currants still there, suggesting the wine has more time to develop. This is how mature Champagne should be, and is a good reminder of how different it is from the fruitier wines we are more used to. (RV)  (12/2004)

91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Very pale, green-tinged color. Vibrant, musky aromas of lemon, mint, minerals and spices, lifted by an aromatic green peppercorn quality. Bright, precise and youthfully unevolved, with lively flavors of minerals and lemon peel. Comes across as distinctly dry but also extremely well balanced. Bracing, lemony, nicely building finish. (ST)  (9/2001)

Jancis Robinson

 From magnum. Dosage 9.5 g/l. Mid gold colour. Lots of earthy, mushroom and ice-cream character. Toasted nuts and vibrant apple fruit. Very dense and layered with a great deal of core concentration. Remarkably fresh and youthful, despite the developed nose. 17.5/20 points (RH)  (10/2014)

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