Maison Ruinart's commitment to the preservation of nature and know-how is historically rooted. Since its inception in 1729, the House has always considered terroir and ancestral know-how as the base for its exceptional wines. In response to the global environmental challenges, Maison Ruinart has made strong commitments to carry out numerous transformations with a positive impact on the world.
As pioneer in climate awareness in Champagne, Ruinart has been innovating for over 10 years to reduce the climate impact of its entire activity, across its entire value chain, gesture by gesture.
Ruinart is reinventing its savoir-faire to recreate harmony between viticulture and nature, to encourage biodiversity in its vineyards, and to ensure soil revitalisation for future generations.
From its partnership with Alphonse Mucha in 1896, the Maison has continuously collaborated with a variety of artists to reinterpret its world, sensitize the public to climate issues, and transmit a conscious art of living.
By bringing authentic gastronomy and sustainable art in its "Food for Art" program, Ruinart is giving itself the means to convey its vision to a community of epicureans who share its values and commitments.