Veuve Clicquot Brut Rosé Champagne
The wine is based on the traditional Brut Yellow Label blend: Pinot Noir 50% / Pinot Meunier 20% / Chardonnay 30%. It contains 50 to 60 different varieties, including up to 40% of archival wines, including 9-year-old wines to preserve the style of the wine house.
The blend is complemented by 12% red wines made from red grapes that have been specially grown and selected to create a wonderful balance in this rosé.
Veuve Clicquot was the first champagne house to start marketing rosé champagnes as early as 1775. With the production of Jacques Péters wine, the first rosé not to belong to the fine wines, the cellar manager and his team wanted to make champagne that was affordable and natural. attractive while maintaining the style of Veuve Clicquot wines.
The wine is a dazzling color with attractive pink rays.
Noble and elegant, with the initial aromas of fresh red fruit (raspberry, wild strawberry, cherry, blackberry, etc.), followed by notes of dried fruit cakes and small cakes (almonds, apricots, brioches).
A fresh start, followed by a fruity sense of harmony.
A perfectly balanced wine that combines elegance and appeal.