Climate change is leading to challenges for farmers of all kinds, and grape growers are no exception. To highlight the impact of climate change on their products, champagne house Ruinart has created its Blanc Singulier Edition 18. The 100% chardonnay cuvée is made primarily using grapes grown during the unusually warm, sunny, and rapid growing season of 2018. Blended in an 80/20 ratio with a perpetual reserve crafted exclusively for this release, the result retains Ruinart's distinctive freshness but offers a unique flavor profile including tart lemon, Fuji apple, pear, toasted nuts, and coffee bean. Shipped in a dark glass bottle to protect the wine's flavor without the need for excess packaging, it's available now at Ruinart's boutique in Reims, France, as well as at select restaurants throughout France and the USA.