Veuve Clicquot

In 1772 Philippe Clicquot founded a winery called Clicquot. In 1798, his son, Francois, who inherited his family business, married Barbara Nicole Ponsardin. After the death of Francois in 1805, the young widow of Barbara decided to continue the work of her late husband. A visionary woman has become a driving force behind the prestigious and successful brand that was renamed Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin in 1810. Line by line, Madame Clicquot used her skills to develop an exceptionally vineyard area of 515 hectares in the very heart of the Champagne region. Today in France and around the world, the Veuve Clicquot brand represents a contemporary and courage with a focus on quality and expertise.

VEUVE CLICQUOT Brut Yellow Label

For the production of Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label, grapes from 50 to 60 different areas are used: 50 to 55%. Pinot Noir provides the typical structure of the wine house. 15 to 20% Pinot Meunier rounds out the blend. 28 to 33% Chardonnay gives sophistication and elegance and perfectly balanced wine.


As a "pink" variant of the Brut Yellow Label, the Veuve Clicquot Rosé has the same structure: In order to complete the foundation, the technologist adds a mixture of red wines from the selected black grapes to provide a marvelous balance of this unique rose wine. 50 to 55% Pinot Noir provides the intensity of the Clicquot style. 15 to 20% Pinot Meunier rounds off bathing. 28 to 33% Chardonnay gives sophistication and elegance.


The wine is light golden with the reflection of the cylinders. At the first smell, typical Chardonnay mineral aromas of mimosa and citrus are felt. After a few minutes, the aromas of tobacco and fine spices complement the complete atmosphere. The flavor is perfectly balanced and clean with a sophisticated, long lasting finish.

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