The House of Clicquot was founded in 1772. Today, the Yellow Label is one of the most well known brands, but the house has much history and was the first to produce a vintage from the region. The brand has its own signature champagne launched in 1972, ‘La Grande Dame’, named after its famed proprietor, Madame Cliquot. It was Madame Cliquot who devised the ‘riddling’ method used by every champagne house today.
One of the top Champagnes today, the distinctive, classy and much loved Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label. The House style is represented by a using between 25% and 40% reserve wines. 50-55% Pinot Noir 15-20% Pinot Meunier 28-33% Chardonnay
The House "pink" is the expression of the Yellow Label, sharing the same structure. 25% to 35% of reserve wines are used, both white and red grapes. 50-55% Pinot Noir 15-20% Pinot Meunier 28-33% Chardonnay
The perfect balance of a sweeter champagne with that balance which makes Veuve Clicquot Demi Sec great with desserts