Do you know all the steps in the champagne making process? Come and find out during Les Journées Particulières from October 12-14. Ruinart has about 8kms of crayères waiting to be discovered by you!
Sight: artist Liu Bolin’s Ruinart House August 2017 residency highlights. Taste and smell: olfactory and tasting workshops to discover the main aromas, fruits and flowers in Ruinart’s blends. Hearing: sounds from the various champagne-making steps are played during the tour. Touch: a blind test to discover the main materials used to make champagne
The teams of grape pickers are taking the vineyards by storm to cut and select the finest grapes.
For Frédéric Panaïotis, Ruinart Cellar Master: “the harvest is very intense, in terms of work, but also fascinating! Each year is different, so you have to be sensitive and really study each grape, all while maintaining Ruinart’s style so that you’re sure to collect the best parts of what makes each vintage unique."
The beginning of a beautiful oenological journey, from the vineyards to the glass!
There's something quite exciting about opening a bottle of Ruinart champagne, the most elegant and precious gift. Yet the experience starts now before tasting one of our cuvées.
Customise your case with the recipient’s initials, hot stamped in gothic gold characters, to turn your gift into a one-of-a-kind keepsake. You can order your personalized cellar or two-bottle case of Ruinart Rosé, Blanc de Blancs or R de Ruinart Brut on