Discover the champagnes of Ruinart

Grape variety
Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir
3.500.000 bottles per year

The oldest champagne house in existence

Steeped in history and exuding an aura of legacy, Ruinart stands tall in the heart of the Champagne region, in the picturesque city of Reims. With its establishment in 1729 by the visionary Nicolas Ruinart, it proudly holds the title of being one of the oldest champagne houses in the world. Over the centuries, Ruinart has been a witness to countless milestones, events, and eras, while its rich past has added layers of complexity, depth, and authenticity to its brand.

A testament to its heritage, the deep-rooted traditions of Ruinart merge seamlessly with modern winemaking techniques. The house has successfully preserved the original vision of Nicolas Ruinart while embracing the nuances of contemporary champagne production. This ability to bridge the ancient with the new has fortified its reputation and standing in the world of fine wines.

What makes Ruinart champagne so special?

Delving into Ruinart’s exquisite portfolio of champagnes, one can’t help but be enamored by the quality and diversity it offers. The house’s dedication to perfection is evident in its varied range, from the ethereal Blanc de Blancs to the robust Blanc de Noirs and the alluring Rosé. Each variant is crafted meticulously using a harmonious blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier grapes. This blending ensures that every bottle captures the essence of the Champagne region.

The Blanc de Blancs, with its delicate notes, embodies the spirit of Chardonnay grapes, offering a freshness that lingers. The Blanc de Noirs, on the other hand, is a testament to the depth and character of Pinot Noir, showcasing a complexity that wine connoisseurs cherish. The Rosé, with its blush hue and vibrant flavors, adds a touch of romance to the range.

The passion, commitment, and expertise that go into every bottle of Ruinart champagne make it stand out, not just as a beverage but as an experience. It’s a celebration of history, craftsmanship, and the sheer love of winemaking. As glasses are raised in toasts worldwide, the legacy of Ruinart continues to shine, one sparkling bubble at a time.


Sustainability and environmental responsibility

Ruinart is known for its elegant and refined style, with a focus on freshness and purity of fruit. The house uses only the first press of grapes for its champagnes, which are then aged in the chalk cellars beneath the city of Reims for several years before release. Ruinart also places a strong emphasis on sustainability and environmental responsibility, with a commitment to reducing its carbon footprint and preserving the natural resources of the Champagne region.

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