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Tours

Conversations with Nature: High Line x Ruinart Tours

Friday, June 28, 2024, 4:30 – 5:30pm
Tuesday, July 2, 2024, 4:30 – 5:30pm
Friday, July 5, 2024, 4:30 – 5:30pm
Friday, July 12, 2024, 4:30 – 5:30pm
Location
On the High Line at Gansevoort Street, at the top of the Gansevoort Street stairs

Join us for an exclusive Conversations with Nature: High Line x Ruinart Tour and receive a guided experience to delve deeper into the park’s biodiversity and learn more about Ruinart and the High Line’s sustainability practices first-hand. Each tour will end in the High Line Anniversary Lounge, where guests will have the opportunity to taste a glass of Ruinart Blanc Singulier—a singular expression of Chardonnay which serves as a testament to climate change, shaped by the natural rhythms of the year, and revealed by the Maison’s savoir-faire.

Open to the public with advance registration. Tickets are $35 per person. Proceeds help support the operation and maintenance of the High Line. Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes to move around in.

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Ruinart x High Line: (Re)crafting a Vision for the Future
The High Line is proud to celebrate year two of our partnership with Ruinart and their support of the launch of “Conversations with Nature,” a series of activations marking our 15 effervescent years as a park.

The High Line and Ruinart’s growing partnership is inspired by our shared commitment to promoting biodiversity, which we do through sustainable horticulture and viticulture, respectively—from New York City to the vineyards of Reims. Ruinart has shared these values, which perpetuate positive, impactful transformation, inherent to the Maison, since its founding in 1729. As the first established Champagne House, Ruinart has endeavored to shape an enlightened culture rooted in transparency and act in harmony with nature for the past 300 years.

Through a series of experiences including tours and curated spaces designed to awaken “Conversations with Nature,” the spirit of the High Line—taking inspiration from Ruinart—comes to life this summer as it creates opportunities to reconnect with the environment, ignite dialogue, and invite the community to become immersed in its living surroundings.

(Re)crafted together, Ruinart and the High Line bring the theme of environmental awareness to the forefront, signaling a conscious call to action for our planet’s present and future.

About Ruinart Champagne
Born in the Age of Enlightenment, a time of ideas, connection, and culture, Maison Ruinart was founded in 1729. As the first House of Champagne, Ruinart has never stopped developing and promoting an art of living rooted in transparency in production and an appreciation of its environment. The Maison’s winemakers are true masters of Chardonnay. Acting in harmony with nature, they cultivate and define the signature House style: elegantly simple.

Support

Ruinart is proud to support the High Line’s “Conversations with Nature” tours as part of its celebration of 15 years as a park.

Major support for art and biodiversity is provided by Ruinart Champagne.

Ruinart