Since 1729, Ruinart has marked its history with artistic reinterpretations. Since 2008, the Maison has established 11 Carte Blanche projects with leading contemporary artists, committed to environmental protection, such as David Shrigley (2020) and Vik Muniz (2019).
In 2029, Ruinart will celebrate its 300th anniversary. As a countdown to its 4th century of existence, the House will reveal a new artistic, technological or architectural project each year, telling the story of how its wines are made combining innovation, creativity and sustainability. Currently on display in the heart of the chalk fields, is the work "Retour aux sources" by artist duo Mouawad Laurier, which offers an immersive visual and sound experience listening to the cycle of the vine and the making of champagne in real time.
The Maison also supports emerging artists, in particular with the Maison Ruinart Prize which is rewarded each year to one of the artists presented in the Curiosa sector of Paris Photo, but also through its Ruinart Studio which invites young talented photographers every year. to produce a series of exclusive visuals.