Champagne is also part of the “savoir vivre” in Germany. Connoisseurs and aficionados who are on the lookout for something special and who value excellent quality, are well advised with the champagnes from the house Ruinart. The house comes with a long tradition. It was established by Nicholas Ruinart in the year 1729 in Reims, France. This makes it the first and oldest champagne house. As a member of the renowned LMVH group it has been considered a reliable insider tip among wine connoisseurs and aficionados for almost three decades. In France Ruinart is considered one of the most successful brands on the market.
The unique flavor of the house, the “Goût Ruinart”
is the legacy of this long tradition. To this very day the owners, directors and the cellarers of the house cultivate the “Goût Ruinart.” Ruinart’s small but mighty assortment carries 5 qualities of champagne: the Prestige-Cuvées Dom Ruinart and Dom Ruinart Rosé, Ruinart Blanc de Blancs and the temptress Ruinart Rosé, as well as the classic champagne “R” de Ruinart.
Last but not least, the unique quality of champagne Ruinart can be ascribed to its landmark chalk pits from the Gallic-roman age, which are particularly well suited for the aging of our champagne.