The jewel of champagne - symbol
of timeless elegance
Since its foundation in 1729,
the first established House of Champagne*
has taken pride in the excellence of its cuvées.
The Ruinart taste bears the signature of Chardonnay,
the thread that runs through all blends.
Present in high proportions throughout the Ruinart collection,
this grape produces pure and intense wines of remarkable aromatic freshness.
*It is written in the note by Nicolas Ruinart that Ruinart is the first champagne. Area: Reims, France Foundation: 1729
RUINART BLANC DE BLANCS
- Ruinart Blanc de Blancs is the signature of Ruinart. Made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes, it is a beautifully luminous wine.
- Ruinart Rosé is a fine, elegant champagne with the distinctive Ruinart taste, due to a high concentration of Chardonnay.
DOM RUINART 2007
- Dom Ruinart 2006 is the exceptional vintage which pays tribute to Dom Thierry Ruinart, the visionary spirit who founded the House. The color is luminous yellow sprinkled with pale green reflections. It has a fine but persistent effervescence.
DOM RUINART ROSÉ 2007
- Dom Ruinart 2004, tribute to the Ruinart Taste, is made entirely of chardonnay Grands Crus. The nose is tenderly aromatic, characterised by very ripe, sweet red fruit notes such raspberry, red currant and wild strawberry jelly. Notes of fresh rose petals round out this palette of aromas, adding a slight minerality.