A singular case, for a unique cellar.
Dutch artist Piet Hein Eek has chosen to tell the story of Maison Ruinart's origins. The case that he has imagined for our Rosé champagne as such refers to the original wooden case which dates back to 1769. The capacity remains symbolically limited to four bottles, arranged in staggered fashion.
The historical case appears as such to have travelled through time. Combined, stacked or side-by-side, these cases designed by Piet Hein Eek can be assembled to build a new and unique object: a contemporary champagne cellar, of which the shape is left to the imagination of its owner.
Piet Hein Eek loves wood, wood that has already been nourished with its own history.
The wood used, marked by the patina of time, is pine which has been carefully selected for its brown tones of dark raspberry, red pepper hue and its shades of pink that evoke the colours of Ruinart Rosé.