The Ruinart House was founded in 1729 and is the oldest Champagne House. It was founded by Nicolas Ruinart, nephew of Dom Thierry Ruinart. The chalk pits used for maturation and frementation are some 38 metres deep and in 1931 were given a historical monuments status. Ruinart Champagnes are supple and smooth, but always full bodied. The Blanc de Blancs is the flagship of the range, which also includes two classics in the Dom Ruinart Blanc and Dom Ruinart Rose.
A beautiful example of Brut Champagne, typifying the supple smooth finish associated with the Ruinart House. This fine wine is wonderfully fresh and boasts a long finish. Known for being very well balanced and harmonious. The brilliant colour and taste will add perfection to any meal. 40% Chardonnay 60% Pinot Noir
The elegance and character of Ruinart shines through with this Rosé. Containing 18% vinified red wine to really give it something extra, but with the smoothness of the very best Rosé Champagnes. The Premier Crus from the Côtes des Blancs and the Montagne de Reims are used to produce this Champagne. 45% Chardonnay 55% Pinot Noir
The Blanc de Blancs is the flagship of the Ruinart House. This perfectly balanced exceptional Champagne is made using a high percentage of Premier Crus from the Cotes des Blancs and the Montagne de Reims. An intensively aromatic wine, made exclusively from the Chardonnay grape variety. 100% Chardonnay