Since 1729, Maison Ruinart has rooted its exceptional wines in the work of the land and in ancestral know-how. Faced with current environmental challenges, Maison Ruinart has made strong commitments, and is carrying out numerous transformations to aim for a positive impact on the planet.
As part of a traceability approach which aims to enhance the transparency of sectors, goods and services, Maison Ruinart invites you to discover its Transparency Platform.
Find out about all the sectors involved at each stage of champagne production.
" In twenty years' time, we have acquired a solid culture of responsibility. This culture is now an integral part of Maison Ruinart, it guides our decisions and guides each of our actions. We strive, through our actions, to best meet the expectations of our consumers and their desire for transparency."
Frédéric Dufour, President of Maison Ruinart.
First Champagne House established in 1729, Maison Ruinart has come down through the centuries and embodies the French art of living. At the dawn of its 4th century of existence, its taste for excellence, its awareness of the challenges of its time, as well as its commitment to art and its great creativity ensure its influence in present times, and its great capacities to build a sustainable future.
The Maison Ruinart teams, supported by a solid ecosystem of partners and experts, work together on a daily basis to carry out numerous transformations aimed at a positive impact on the world. As such, Maison Ruinart is proud to offer a range of products with 100% French and European origin.