Hubert le Gall’s Limited Edition Ruinart Blanc de Blancs

The new limited edition of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs bears the signature of Hubert Le Gall, the French artist and scenographer. Golden fine upstrokes and wide downstrokes flow over the immaculate whiteness of the coffret. An emblematic line in time interrupted only when the giftbox is opened. Time then stands still. The bottle makes its appearance and immediately the light plays on its transparency, revealing the golden reflections of the champagne.

A tribute to the radiant brilliance of the Chardonnay, the symbolic grape of this cuvée. With its exceptional aromatic freshness, Ruinart Blanc de Blancs is a subtle union of elegance and lightness.

Hubert Le Gall was born in Lyon in After graduating in management, he decided to move to Paris in 1983. Five years later, he began to exercise his creative talents there, designing functional and poetic pieces of furniture and working as a scenographer for numerous French and international exhibitions.

Ruinart Champagne, which is the Official Champagne of Art Stage Singapore 2016, will celebrate its partnership with the fair by showcasing the new limited edition of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs and an installation crafted by Hubert Le Gall. Hubert tells a story of Ruinart that has its origins in the vineyards of Champagne. In the Sillery vineyards, he discovered chardonnay, the grape variety that symbolizes the House. The sun’s rays strengthen the grape’s deep transparency and luminosity found in the House’s iconic cuvee, Blanc de Blancs. Hubert pays tribute to the passage of time, marked by the rhythm of the seasons and the work of man, through this series of 12 glass sculptures that each represents a month of the year. The vine becomes a symbol around which the seasons flow at a constant rate, bringing the transformations needed for the birth of champagne.

Hubert le Gall's Limited Edition Ruinart Blanc de Blancs

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