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The Chardonnay Grape

Champagne Ruinart

As the world’s most planted and versatile varietal, Chardonnay needs no introduction. Nor does one need a particular reason to indulge in a glass or two. Chardonnay and Terroir The popularity of Chardonnay can be attributed to its “blank slate” nature, its ability to adapt easily to the terroir in which it is grown. Although the varietal itself is relatively ... Read More »

Champagne Ruinart

Champagne Ruinart

The First Champagne House Founded in September 1729, the Ruinart House is one of the longest-existing houses of Champagne. An absolute icon, Ruinart represents French know-how and way of life celebrated in the entire world. At the beginning, the intuition of a Benedictine monk who was ahead of his time: Dom Thierry Ruinart (1657-1709). At the dawn of the XVIII ... Read More »

Champagne Gosset


The oldest champagne house, founded in 1584 in Ay. For more than four centuries, everything has been done to perpetuate the know-how of a family craftsmanship in the production of their wines from Champagne In 1584, Pierre Gosset, alderman of Ay and winemaker, produced wines, often red, with the harvest of his own vines. At the time, two wines struggled ... Read More »

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