Veuve Clicquot Brut Rosé Champagne – 750ml


    Madame Clicquot created the first blended Rosé in 1818 by adding some red wine to Yellow Label champagne and the result was Veuve Clicquot Rosé Champagne, a fruity and full-bodied expression of the Veuve Clicquot style.

    Veuve Cliquot Brut Rosé champagne is made using 50 to 60 different crus, the cuvee is based on Brut Yellow Label’s traditional blend, 44-48 % Pinot Noir, 13-18% Meunier, 25-29% Chardonnay.

    The blend draws on a particularly high percentage of reserve wines originating from several harvests (usually 5 or 6): from 25 to 35%, sometimes as much as 40% to ensure the consistency of the House style.

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    More about Veuve Clicquot Brut Rosé Champagne:

    The reserve wines, some of which are 9 years old, are kept separately depending on the origin of the crus and the years in which the wines were produced.

    This blend is completed with 12% of red wine using red grapes specially raised and selected to give a marvellous balance to this rosé.



    • Luminous color
    • Copper hues


    • Fresh red fruits
    • Biscuity notes of dried fruits
    • Viennese pastries

    Coppery-orange color. Expressive aromas of strawberry and very ripe wild strawberries. A full-bodied, structured, vinous palate which stays fresh. Length and character define this champagne. -Gilbert & Gaillard


    Tuna Shrimp, Red fruits, Duck, Smoked Salmon, Mimolette, Espelettine

    Technical Entity

    Constant Signature
    RESERVE WINES – 25% to 40%

    10 GR/L

    • Brut, Extra Dry, Sec, Demi-sec, Doux

    Veuve Clicquot Brut Rosé Grape Varieties


    Pinot Noir
    44% to 48%


    13% to 18%


    25% to 29%



    50 TO 60 CRUS

    • Grands crus – Premiers crus – Others crus


    • 46° to 50°F


    • 3 years

    A bit about Madame Clicquot

    Madame Clicquot was born in Reims in 1777. As the daughter of Baron Nicolas Ponsardin, her social standing allowed her to obtain an excellent education, founded upon the traditional morals and values of the time.

    In 1798 she married François Clicquot, son to the founder of the Maison Clicquot. François shared his passion and knowledge for champagne creation and distribution with his young wife. It was because she had spent this time at his side that Madame Clicquot was able to take the reins of the family house after the untimely death of François in 1805.

    In an era when women were excluded from the business world, she dared to assume the head of the company, a role she undertook with passion and determination. Madame Clicquot’s character might be summarized with two words: audacious and intelligent.

    She would seize each new opportunity that arose, willing to take risks, and as such she was able to expand her business to all four corners of the world. Uncompromising when it came to the quality of her wines, she perfected new techniques of production. She invented the “table de remuage” (riddling table) to clarify champagne, and innovated the very first blend of rosé champagne. Within just a few years she made her name into a brand of excellence, a name today renowned throughout the world. Even then, her peers recognized her formidable contributions, and referred to her as the “Grande Dame of Champagne.

    For more info, check out the Vueve Clicquot website.

    Additional information

    Weight8 lbs
    Dimensions6 × 6 × 12 in