The Maison Ruinart is delighted to be reopening its doors to visitors from June 2020.
Located less than 1 hour from Paris by train, it combines nature and culture, art and savoir-faire, gastronomy and wine.
Here are five reasons to come and visit us !
Local and seasonal brunch with Ruinart Champagne
For the first time, the Maison Ruinart is offering brunch, with two services planned on Saturdays and Sundays. Served in the garden or in the the large dining room, brunch will showcase the French art of living and cuisine.
The menu, created by Chef in residence Valérie Radou, is paired with R de Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs, Rosé.
Ruinart has introduced a virtual tour.
Wearing the virtual reality headset, you are free to explore all of the different areas, some of which are not ordinarily accessible.
While you explore, a Ruinart ambassador will be on hand to answer any questions.
You can take the virtual tour both on site and from the comfort of your own home.
Ruinart is offering tastings by the glass with professional sommeliers.
You’ll be able to try the standard R de Ruinart (classic non-vintage brut), Rosé and Blanc de Blancs cuvées, as well as R de Ruinart 2011, an impressive vintage brut exclusively available in France.
Connoisseurs can also try some prestigious vintages in the form of Dom Ruinart cuvées.
Artwork deep inside the Crayères
The Retour aux Sources (2019) art installation created by the Mouawad Laurier duo combines innovation, creativity and sustainability to raise awareness among visitors about climate change in Champagne.
A unique experience using sound, light and movement. It
Discover Maison Ruinart artistic collection
Among them are Chinese artist Liu Bolin, Brazilian visual artist Vik Muniz and our 2020 artist, David Shrigley, whose works are on display in Ruinart's formal reception rooms.