Champagne & Sparkling Wine

Laying claim to being the first Champagne house, Ruinart was founded by Nicolas Ruinart in 1729 (Gosset was founded more than a century earlier, but was making still wines). The house can also claim a number of other firsts, including producing the original rosé Champagne in 1764.

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RuinartChampagne & Sparkling Wine

Ruinart has been part of the Moët et Chandon (now Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) stable since 1963 and continues to produce high-quality Champagnes nearly 300 years after its foundation. The house is known for its elegantly shaped bottle, and Chardonnay remains at the heart of the wines. Along with ‘R’, the house produces a non-vintage blanc de blancs and rosé, as well as a prestige cuvée, Dom Ruinart, named after founder Nicolas's uncle and friend of Dom Pérignon.