Every year since 2008, Ruinart give a renowned artist carte blanche to artistically reinterpret its heritage.
Driving force for sustainable changes for the environment through eco-awareness, The Ruinart Maison truly believes that their artistic proposals echo the values of the Maison and challenge society about climate change.
For 2023, Ruinart entrusted the carte blanche to Eva Jospin, renowned French visual artist.
The artist is recognised for depicting the cycles of history and plant life in the creation of champagne through a series of drawings, sculptures and embroideries.
Named ‘Promenades en Champagne’, the limited edition of the Jérobam Ruinart Blanc de Blancs, becomes a genuine collector’s item within its personalising box.
Nona Source is honored to have worked alongside Maison Ruinart to provide high-quality materials to enable Eva Jospin to design her artistic reinterpretation. Ruinart prioritized creativity with leftover fabrics to give breathe new life into leathers materials.
An artistic and sensory encounter.
The meticulous artist revisited the wooden case enclosing the bottle. The tailor-made box closes with sturdy leather straps, revealing a miniature chalk set sculpted from layers of cardboard.
The bottle is carved into this hollowed-out landscape, a reference to the champagne-making process and its fermentation sheltered from the light. Eva Jospin shapes carboard, a humble material that is easily available that she spotlights to unveil the added value of recycled materials.
As the "Promenades en Champagne" Jeroboam becomes a jewel for collectors, this collaboration is a testament to the harmonious blend of art, sustainability and craftsmanship.
Nona Source is delighted to have played a part in this artistic and sensory encounter, where every detail tells a story of innovation, heritage and shared commitment to a more sustainable future.