Veuve Clicquot In Collaboration With Baccarat
Created One of The Largest Objects
From a Single Piece of Crystal
Being a stylish host requires a certain wit, uniqueness, and creativity. One creative idea for captivating and becoming a great party host is to buy a bucket of champagne. We're not just talking about any plastic buckets here. Veuve Clicquot, in collaboration with Baccarat, created one of the largest objects ever made from a single crystal block. How did a 27-year-old widow build one of the world's largest champagne houses? Through the force of the pen. Madame Clicquot was a mysterious and brilliant woman who sent letters around the world enchanting clients, instructing staff, and magnifying the virtues of her incredible champagne in her quest to create a top house for champagne.
Now Veuve Clicquot honors his legacy and reputation of archived correspondence with a huge crystal squid, which when opened turns into the most spectacular bucket of champagne. Veuve Clicquot, in collaboration with Baccarat, has created an incredible piece that is one of the largest items ever made from a single crystal block. The development took two years and each of the 15 inkwells required more than 1,000 hours of work from the master's score.
The base contains six fantastic vintages - 1989, 2004 and 2008, Brut and Brut Rosé - La Grande Dame champagne, as well as four crystal glasses for Baccarat champagne and a leather tray. Everyone who is lucky enough to buy an inkwell will receive a private invitation to French Champagne to visit the castle and delve in detail into the history of Veuve Clicquot and its famous namesake.