Champagne Ruinart

Discover the oldest and first Champagne House dating back to 1729 during a visit to the cellars. A fascinating spectacle: an impressive staircase plunges more than thirty metres underground to a network of galleries that lead to ancient listed Gallo-Roman chalk pits. Stretching over eight kilometres, at a depth of more than 30 metres, the site, a veritable cathedral of underground chalk, has been classified as a Historic Monument since 1931. By reservation only.

 Everything you need to know about the cellar  Everything you need to know about the cellar

Practical information

  • Visitors welcome
      • Monday
      • Tuesday
      • Wednesday
      • Thursday
      • Friday
      • Saturday
      • Sunday
    • Hours: By appointment only.
  • Language
    • English
    • French
  • Activities on offer
    • Cellar visit
    • Tasting
  • Social networks
  • Car park
  • Environmental certification
  • Haute valeur environnementale
  • Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne

Access the cellar

  • 4 Rue des Crayères - 51100 REIMS
  • Hours

    By appointment only.

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Vignes et Cathédrale de Reims © Michaël Boudot
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