Dom Ruinart Champagne the oldest champagne house was founded by visionary Monk Dom Thierry one of the first to recognise the importance of the Champagne business.The House of Ruinart was founded on September 1, 1729 by Nicolas Ruinart. In order to store its bottles, Ruinart acquired its ancient crayères underneath the city of Reims where today there are 8 kilometres of Ruinart Cellars.
Ruinart combine delicacy and subtle freshness, all from the finest grapes, skillful blending and extensive aging in 2000 year old cellars, said to be the most historically beautiful cellars in France.
Ruinart portrays excellence and luxury combined within the distinctly shaped Ruinart bottle, found at only the most luxurious and enigmatic restaurants and establishments.
BLANC DE BLANC
Each of its cuvées bears the distinctive signature of chardonnay, the House's emblematic grape variety. Ruinart's Blanc de Blancs is the perfect expression of Ruinart style. Made using only chardonnay grapes, it is a blend of its best base wines, giving it aromatic richness, freshness and an exceptional purity. Timeless quintessence of the Ruinart taste, this cuvée is the greatest expression of such rare refinement.