Ruinart Champagne Prices and Buyer’s Guide

There are good bottles of Ruinart champagne, and then there are stellar bottles of Ruinart alcohol.

This guide will help give you an overview of what Ruinart has to offer. 

Which bottles cost what? Which bottles are best? Most loved? Most Rare? Most Expensive?

And more.

Later, you’ll find we’ve summarized a short history of the prestigious brand for you so that in 5 minutes, you can pretend to be an expert. 😉

Note: the prices are in US Dollars, and for the US market, if you are outside of the US the prices may vary, we will, however, include links to the best place to buy your ideal bottle of Ruinart in your country.

How much is a bottle of Ruinart?

Let’s start by answering the most basic question simply:

The most commonly bought bottle of Ruinart is the Ruinart Blanc De Blancs 750ml and costs $89. 

What is the most expensive bottle of Ruinart?

The most expensive bottle of Ruinart champagne is Dom Ruinart Rosé 2002, and it costs $410 for a bottle of 750ml. 

Now that you have the simplest answer to the simple questions, below you’ll find the prices and sizes of the entire range of Ruinart champagne, their sizes, prices, and later on, a buyer’s guide.


Ruinart Champagne Standard Bottles and Prices

The following is the list of the Standard Bottles and Prices Ruinart’s champagne:

S NoNamesPrice (750ml)
1Ruinart Blanc De Blancs$89
2Ruinart Rosé$93 
3Dom Ruinart Blanc De Blancs 2007$192
4Dom Ruinart Blanc De Blancs 2006$188
5Dom Ruinart Blanc De Blancs 2004$180
6Dom Ruinart Rosé 2007$342 
7Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004$371
8Dom Ruinart Rosé 2002$410 

Amongst the above, the following are some of the best standard bottles of Ruinart’s champagne:

Dom Ruinart Blanc De Blancs 2007

This is a pure chardonnay made during the start of the harvest. It has a strong aroma with hints of chalk and citrus. It is best paired with scallops and steamed cod. Dom Ruinart Blanc De Blancs should be best served between 10° and 12° to get the full flavor out. The retail price for a bottle of 750ml is $192.

Dom Ruinart Rosé 2007

This is a unique blend of premium chardonnay and pinot noir with a fresh flavor and aroma. It is a dynamic champagne with hints of citrus and coffee. Best paired with fish and meat to bring out the dish and champagne flavor. It is always recommended to serve the drink between 11° and 13° to bring out the best in flavor. The retail price for a bottle of 750ml is $342. 

Ruinart Champagne Price and Notes

Ruinart has a wide range of champagnes that are unique and elegant in their ways. Allow us to explain their best features via the following lists:

Ruinart Blanc De Blancs

This is 100% chardonnay champagne, which is the very soul of Ruinart’s brand. The moment you take a sip, it gives a very intense aroma, particularly of citrus fruits and white peaches.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $89

Ruinart Rosé

The color of the champagne is pomegranate pink and has an intense aromatic profile that is dominated by the delightful freshness and texture of pink grapefruit.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $93 

Dom Ruinart Blanc De Blancs 2006

This is one of the most naturally sweet and subtly delicious champagne. The texture is silky smooth and can be paid with shellfish, creamy foods like risotto, puree, etc.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $188

Dom Ruinart Blanc De Blancs 2004

The champagne has taken multiple stages to make sure it treats you with intense flavors. The texture is incredibly silky and gives you a note of fresh bread, chestnut, and coconut.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $180

Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004

This is a 20% Pinot Noir and 80% Chardonnay that takes over 12 years to mature in a cellar, sublimed with essential characteristics to be inclined in the flavor. Since it has been aged for a long time, the flavor is more intense and spicy.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $371

Dom Ruinart Rosé 2002

If you enjoy champagne with savory foods like duck, seafood, and cheese, then this champagne is just for you. This bottle of champagne boasts an exceptional flavor and aromatic profile, which is spicy and flowery at the same time.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $410 

About Ruinart

Making champagne since 1729, the lineage of this great champagne is among the very best. With the first bottles going out a year later, the brand hasn’t looked back since then. It kept its ancestry intact throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. In the 21st century, it has seen a popularity explosion, collaborating with famous designers to create signature designs for the brand.

What makes Ruinart unique?

Ruinart is an established brand with roots going back over 250 years. They have a mix of vintage and non-vintage wines with prestige cuvées. And also, their cellars made from ancient chalk mines give the champagne its uniqueness in flavor and aroma.

Why is Ruinart so popular? 

A premium champagne, Ruinart enjoys popularity with a discerning crowd who values lineage and a unique flavor profile. Their aging process is tightly controlled to make only the most delicious champagne go into their bottles. Also, their partnership with designers gives even the art associated with this bottle a certain charm.

How best to drink Ruinart?

Let us be very frank on the subject, and Champagne is a very sophisticated and drink to be enjoyed during joyous occasions. Drinking the champagne just by in its raw form. However, here are a few of the best ways to enjoy Ruinart Champagnes in the best possible ways:


Here are our top cocktails that bring out the best flavors of Ruinart champagnes. 

  • Ruinart Mimosa

Add half a glass of orange juice, with 30 ml of tequila of choice, and 1/4 spoon of lime juice. Mix all the ingredients in a mixing jar and transfer them into a wine glass. Pour the Ruinart Rosé until the end of the glass. Serve chill. 

  • Jingle Ruinart Champagne

Add 4 ounces of cranberry juice, 1/2 ounce of vodka (of choice), 1/2 teaspoon of sugar, and a few pinch of mint leaves. Combine all ingredients in a mixing jar with one 400 ml of Ruinart champagne of choice, stir together and serve.

Ruinart In Its Raw Form

Tilt your champagne glass and pour the chilled champagne directly into the glass. Drink as it is paired with cheese, chocolates, nuts, and fruits. 

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