French designer Cédric Ragot developed an innovative champagne bottle packaging for Veuve Clicquot that is made of potatoes and recycled paper, making it completely biodegradable.
Part of the challenge in creating the 'Naturally Clicquot' packaging was to create something that would reduce the strain packaging waste puts on the environment, while maintaining ease and elegance. Fortunately, Ragot's design fulfills both of these parameters beautifully.
The finished form of the Naturally Clicquot is designed to contain a bottle of Brut Carte Jaune and keep it chilled for an additional two hours after it has been in the fridge. This makes a wonderful way to take advantage of the integrated handle and enjoy some champagne after a day of adventuring. For $58, this makes a gift that is incredibly thoughtful for the recipient and the environment.