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The ideal climatic conditions for viticulture in Champagne are characterized by cool but not too cold winters; dry and warm springs without late frosts; sunny but not too hot summers with moderate rainfall; followed by early autumn warmth allowing grapes to reach full maturity.

As a tribute to this specific Champenois weather pattern, Baqué Molinié depicts the typical climate in a form resembling a dome.


A tribute to the ideal climatic conditions

Inspired by this voyage, and as tribute to the ideal climatic conditions for grape-growing at home—Atelier Baqué Molinié recreate a classic cupola like an inverted version of a half-globe, painted with rich dimensions of blue sky in which clouds take the shape of each emblematic object in the exhibition, including vines and bunches of grapes, for a celestial view both of home and away.


1,600 Hours of Work

Blue leather marquetry painted by hand, re-embroidered with gold, crystal elements, and mother-of-pearl. Perimeter features an architectural construction embellished with ornamental embroidery and molded leather appliqués.

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