It is the very first Champagne House, founded in 1729 by the monk Dom Thierry Ruinart. Over time, Ruinart has become a reference for champagne and the French art of living all over the world.
The unique shape of its bottle is a tribute to the historical bottles of the 18th century. The House has the deepest and most majestic chalk pits in Reims, listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site since 2015, and has one of the most beautiful cellars in the world, eight kilometers long, listed as a Historic Monument since 1931.
In its constant quest for quality, excellence and authenticity, the House has chosen Chardonnay, a rare and fragile grape variety, which is the signature and soul of its champagnes. Discover here the finesse, purity, aromatic freshness, roundness, and elegance for which Ruinart is renowned.