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Rose Champagne

In 1818, Madame Clicquot invented the first known blended Rosé Champagne ever that you can enjoy and share today for its liveliness and burst of fruits.

THE BLEND

Made using 50 to 60 different crus, the cuvée is based on Yellow Label's traditional blend, 50 to 55% Pinot Noir, 15 to 20 % Meunier, 28 to 33 % Chardonnay.
Intro

The coppery champagne, the burst of red fruit aromas…to achieve it, the blend is an essential element, a creative act. The Cellar Master and his team of experts select excellent quality red wines and still wines from some of the most sought-after vineyards in Champagne to find the flavors and characteristics that perfectly express the Veuve Clicquot Rosé style.
Made using 50 to 60 different crus, and 30 to 45% of Reserve wines, the cuvée is based on Yellow Label’s traditional blend: the Pinot Noir predominance (50-55%) provides the structure that is so typically Veuve Clicquot, while Chardonnay (28-33%) adds the elegance and finesse essential in a perfectly balanced wine, and a touch of Meunier (15-20%) rounds out the blend.
The blend is then completed with 12% of still red wine using red grapes, providing fruitiness. The long period of aging in our Crayères (3 years minimum for Rosé) lends silkiness to the Champagne. 

Tasting notes

The fresh attack is followed by a fruity harmonious sensation on the palate. The wine is perfected balanced in the best Veuve Clicquot style of pink champagnes, combining elegance and flair. The wine works its magic – this delectably full champagne can be enjoyed as a true delicacy. Full bodied and deliciously fruity, with intense flavors of juicy ripe strawberries and cherries, Veuve Clicquot’s Rosé is a burst of red fruits and the expression of Madame Clicquot’s ingenious and audacious spirit.


GILBERT & GAILLARD

Robe

  • Luminous color
  • Copper hues

Aromas

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

Food pairing

Suggestions

  • Tuna
  • Red fruits
  • Beef carpaccio
  • Blinis
  • Tomatoes
  • Duck

Cheese Pairing

CHEESE WITH CHAMPAGNE IS A MATTER OF TASTE. AUDACIOUS, SPARKLING, UNEXPECTEDLY GREAT TASTE.

Technical identity

StructureReservewinesRedwinesDosageFreshnessFruitiness
Structure
Pinot Noir
50 to 55%
Fruitiness
Meunier
15 to 20%
Freshness
Chardonnay
28 to 33%
Reserve wines
Blend
30 to 45%
Red wines
Red wines
12%
Dosage
Brut
10 G/L
Serving temperature
8-10
Ageing potential
3
Years
Blend
50-60
CRUS
  • Grands crus
  • Premiers crus
  • Other crus

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