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Grapes that have reached a beautiful maturity were picked during the summer of 2009. Despite the extreme summer drought, the climate remains temperate and the grapes ripen in ideal conditions, free from disease. This is what allows the vintage to retain notes of intense freshness. The Champagne will wait 9 years in the depths of the chalk pits of the Ruinart House, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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品酒筆記 Tasting Notes:
Intense golden colour. Sun-kissed aromas of both fleshy and crisp fruit much like a sun-ripened lemon from Italy or juicy and mouth-watering apricot. Floral yet fruity, with white floral notes and honeyed accents. The bouquet evolves towards candied fruits, almond paste and orange blossom, combined with a fresh, chalky character. On the palate, rich and elegant; delicate acidity meets the freshness of stone fruit to create wonderful sapidity on the palate. Beautifully balanced, with a long and subtle finish. Its delicate effervescence only enhances its refined texture.