Rimowa’s newest product was created for your next big night on the town.
The German luggage manufacturer has just unveiled a new design called the One Bottle Case, which was specifically manufactured to hold and protect a single bottle of champagne. Overkill? Of course not. The purpose-built accessory has everything you need to transport your favorite bubbly to its destination unscathed.
Open it up and you’ll find a padded compartment with room for a bottle of Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot or Moët & Chandon—and nothing else. The interior and its three removable cushions are lined with glass-coddling microfiber, to insulate the champagne so that it stays cool a little longer. (You can, of course, leave them at home to make more room if your bottle doesn’t quite fit inside.)
Beyond its small shape, the One Bottle case is built just like any other piece of Rimowa’s collection. It features the brand’s trademark “rilled” aluminum exterior. It also has a TSA-approved lock—triggered by either a key or combination—and a leather handle which the brand promises gives the 4.4-pound case a “tactile note of luxury.”
All that protection comes at a price. Although you can’t purchase the case just yet, it will soon be available for $1,720. Worried about missing out? Register your interest at Rimowa’s website.
If you’re familiar with Rimowa’s range of products, you may have noticed that the One Bottle case costs nearly $600 more than the brand’s iconic Classic Cabin carry-on. Nobody said that telegraphing to the world that you take your bubbly very, very seriously was going to come cheap.