A great Champagne House
Created in 1729 by Nicolas Ruinart, this family company was bought in 1988 by the LVMH group. However, the Ruinart champagne house remains a special case within this group.
Indeed, the Ruinart champagne brand does not have a policy of producing large quantities of bottles of champagne for sale. Aiming at a clientele of great restaurants and specialized stores, it positions itself as the "top of the range" of the group, by the constant search for finesse and also by proposing the champagne in antique type bottles.
This champagne house is ranked 15th among the 50 best champagnes in the Revue du Vin de France. The Ruinart Trophy, which rewards the best sommeliers each year, has become the reference in this field.
Chardonnay's imprint on Ruinart Champagnes
Ruinart is first and foremost a style well defined by its diaphanous rosé champagnes produced by long aging. Chardonnay also imparts elegance, the brand's key word, to the rest of the range. We can also find in the Cuvée de Prestige of this champagne house, the Dom Ruinart, the imprint of Chardonnay.
The magnificent range of champagne available for purchase is composed of Brut champagne, vintage Brut champagne, Blanc de Blancs champagne, vintage Blanc de Blancs champagne, Rosé champagne and vintage Rosé champagne.