Posts Tagged ‘ Veuve Clicquot ’

Naturally Clicquot Bottle Cover


Veuve Clicquot has come up with a new form of innovative packaging made with potatoes and recycled paper that can keep the bottle chilled for up to two hours. Created by French designer Cédric Ragot, the Naturally Clicquot bottle cover is made from potato starch and recycled paper, and is likewise recyclable. The cover can keep a bottle of the brand’s Brut Carte Jaune cold for up to two hours once it’s been chilled in the fridge beforehand. A user-friendly handle allows for easy transport. In 2011, Belgian designer Mathias Van De Walle created a foldable origami-style champagne bucket for Veuve Clicquot that could be reused up to four times.

Ponsardine By Veuve Clicquot.

Maison Veuve Cliquot offers a new limited edition box, ‘La Ponsardine’, in the shape of a sardines tin with its traditional flap.  The innovative Madame Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin was born to a family with a penchant for wit. When her father was named a Baron of the Empire by Napoleon in 1813, he was also honored with a coat of arms.  In choosing this family symbol, Nicolas Ponsardin took a satirical twist on his own name, selecting a coat of arms that illustrated a bridge (“pont” in French) beneath a sardine: PON(t)SARDIN(e).  In homage to Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin’s clever origins, the Ponsardine keeps history and a bottle of Brut Yellow Label playful and fresh.