Climate change’s impact on vines has accelerated.
Between 2003, when France experienced an alarming heatwave, and 2019, Champagne had five early harvests, starting in August instead of September.
Over the past 10 years, Ruinart has been taking steps towards an environmentally responsible future, from eco-design packaging to supporting biodiversity.
Beyond respecting the environment and the natural resources it provides, Maison Ruinart produces more responsibly and preserves only the essential.
Supporting contemporary art and savoir faire are amongst our sustainable development priorities.
In 2029, Ruinart will celebrate its 300th anniversary. The coming years will bring yet more ambitious objectives for the environment.
"We are shifting from a quest for beauty and goodness to one for beauty, goodness… and truth. Implying an ever greater and transparent commitment to conscious luxury for our epicurean consumers." Frédéric Dufour, President of Maison Ruinart.
Ever since its creation, Maison Ruinart has celebrated nature by working passionately and respectfully with the fruit it provides.
Over the past 10 years, Maison Ruinart has committed to many changes, with a positive impact on the environment: eco-design packaging, plastic elimination, no airfreight, sustainable winegrowing, chemical use drastic reduction, biodiversity development, waste recovery, art patronage...
Each year, Ruinart unveils new art projects, combining innovation, creativity and sustainability. All these projects, and the convictions they represent, shape a new, more committed, more ecological, more inventive, more human, and more resilient era. They will help drive, express, and extend the commitments put forward by the Maison.