This Champagne Holder Is Made From Paper and Potatoes

After creating an origami-style foldable champagne bucket, Veuve Clicquot has come up with another form of innovative packaging, this time a design made with potatoes and recycled paper that can keep the bottle chilled for up to two hours.

Created by French designer Cédric Ragot, the Naturally Clicquot bottle cover is made from potato starch and recycled paper, and is likewise recyclable.

The cover can keep a bottle of the brand’s Brut Carte Jaune cold for up to two hours once it’s been chilled in the fridge beforehand.

A user-friendly handle allows for easy transport.

Dom Perignon has also generated buzz in the champagne world for having tapped contemporary American artist Jeff Koons to create mini, metallic and magenta replicas of his life-sized “Balloon Venus” art installations for the brand’s Rosé Vintage 2003.