Maison Ruinart continues its Carte Blanche project and its strong relationship with art by entrusting the 2023 edition to French artist Eva Jospin.

Inspired by the heritage and terroir of the oldest Maison de Champagne, Eva Jospin offers her personal vision of the Maison’s terroir, with a super-limited edition designed for a Jeroboam Ruinart Blanc de Blancs.

A true art collector’s piece, this packaging winks an eye to the environment and sustainability. The artist, already known in the world of collaborations for her art installation in the Max Mara flagship store in Milan last year, transforms the classic champagne wooden box: custom-made, secured by leather straps, it opens onto the scene of a miniature crayère, sculpted in layers of cardboard. The bottle is set within this landscape, a metaphor for champagne production and its fermentation away from the light.

Limited to 25 signed and numbered pieces, this special edition Eva Jospin x Ruinart is presented at contemporary art fairs in which the Maison is a partner, from miart to Frieze New York and London, from Art Basel Basel to Paris+ by Art Basel to Art Basel Miami Beach