Turnover: billion EUR ()

Country: France

Founded in 1729 by a former cloth and fabric merchant, Ruinart is the world's first and oldest champagne house. The creation of the House coincided with the development of the French art of living, and the taste for "good and beautiful" and refinement. The first exports were made to Germany in 1764. Today, Ruinart is operated by MHCS, along with other brands such as Krug and Moët et Chandon. As such, it belongs to the LVMH group, headed by Bernard Arnault.

Each of the brand's cuvées bears the distinctive signature of Chardonnay, Ruinart's emblematic grape variety. Blancs de Blancs are the house's flagship product.

MHCS, the grouping of Moët et Chandon, Ruinart and Dom Pérignon

News

Champagne: Ruinart remodels its historic headquarters 16/02/2023

  • A project worth tens of millions of euros
  • According to observers, the benefits of wine tourism in Champagne exceed €600 million.
  • Since 2015, the Champagne terroir has been a Unesco World Heritage Site

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