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Naturally Clicquot

VEUVE CLICQUOT ECO-FRIENDLY PACKAGING

A Revolution in Eco-Responsible Packaging

Concerned about the precious terroirs that produce its grapes and the Earth that sustains us all, Veuve Clicquot has been actively innovating new and environmentally conscious solutions for its champagne: resulting in the creation of Naturally Clicquot. 100% biodegradable and recyclable, Veuve Clicquot has created the newest Naturally Clicquot offer joining the two previous best sellers. For the first time ever, it is constructed from actual Clicquot grapes. Combined with recycled paper, Naturally Clicquot is biodegradable, recyclable and isothermic – able to keep a bottle of chilled Yellow Label cool for up to two hours.

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THE FILM OF THE FULL PROCESS FROM GRAPES TO PAPER

3 YEARS OF ECO-INNOVATION

2013

Creation of the first 100% biodegradable Champagne packaging made from potato starch

2014

Easier to transport, more resistant, and always made from potato starch

2015

Creation of the first Champagne packaging made from Veuve Cliquot grapes skin

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ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS

Known as a groundbreaker for innovation, Veuve Clicquot is a frontrunner for conservation. From beginning sustainable viticulture practices in 1990, to achieving its carbon footprint goal in 2002, to continually implementing renewable energies on its sites and in production – there are few companies more serious about a proactive commitment to ecological preservation.

As well, Veuve Clicquot has steadily reduced its packaging, emissions and waste with every year to promote sustainability; thus was born the idea of a biodegradable packaging. In 2013, Veuve Clicquot invented the first-generation Naturally Clicquot, an avant-garde, surprising packaging composed of a potato base. Evolving in 2014 to a new design, the 2015 Naturally Clicquot has been entirely reinvented, and composed of new materials. The residual grape waste that occurs naturally during the wine production process is gathered and ground into a flour-like powder; malleable yet sturdy when combined with recyclable paper, the powder is able to become the perfect champagne package.

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