The House of Ruinart is unlike any other. It was the first established House of Champagne in 1729 and inspired by the intuition of a monk well ahead of his time…
In the cool underground chalk tunnels, the wine slowly matures in its bottles. These are the Ruinart cellars.
Visiting the Crayères is an exceptional experience. This chalk mining pits are designated Unesco World Heritage and Historical Monument since 1931.
The art of hospitality is intricately linked to the art of champagne. Live a unique experience and taste the exceptional champagnes from the House of Ruinart.
Harvesting is an exceptional time during which each grape is picked manually from sunrise to sunset.
Discover the uniqueness of this much anticipated and exclusive moment.
Since its foundation in 1729, the first established House of Champagne has taken pride in the excellence of its cuvées. The unique shape of its bottle is a tribute to the historic ones used in the eighteenth century.
"R" de Ruinart is the epitome of freshness and balance. The palate reveals a dominant freshness, displaying both tactile roundness and enduring length.
Ruinart Blanc de Blancs, intensely aromatic, is the Ruinart Taste emblem. The palate is both precise and clean as the wine delivers a radiant balance between roundness and smoothness.
Intense, fruity and aromatic, Ruinart Rosé is the indulgent expression of the Ruinart Taste. On the palate, the wine is silky and delicately fleshy.
Dom Ruinart blanc de blancs 2006 is an ellipse.
Within its taut, rounded edges, rests a hint of mousse that exudes a rich freshness.
Dom Ruinart 2004, tribute to the Ruinart Taste, is made entirely of chardonnay Grands Crus. This is a perfect combination giving this vintage its ephemeral, delicate structure.
Dom Ruinart Rosé 2002 expresses the generosity of the Ruinart Taste. The primary aroma of this vintage champagne is surprisingly intense and complex.
The House of Ruinart was founded in 1729, well into the XVIIIth Century, at a time when a new 'art of living' was emerging in France. Sustaining, developing and exporting this art is
a mission that comes naturally to the oldest champagne House.
Jaume Plensa is today known and recognized for his silhouettes of human bodies seated or kneeling who seem to scrutinize the horizon in a meditative manner, like the contemporary thinkers.
The House of Ruinart's commitment to the arts is expressed through commissioning well-known artists to provide their vision of the House. In this way it shares its heritage, history, expertise and cuvées throughout the world.
The House’s commitment to the arts is expressed through its participation in leading international art fairs.
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