Just three years following its foundation, the House of Clicquot began illustrating its innovative spirit in 1775 by signing the very first bottle of rose in the history of Champagne. In 1818, the House broke away from other rose produced by macerating black grapes in white wine, and created the Rose Veuve Clicquot by blending red wines with white wines.
Elegant and fruity, this wine frees the senses, charms the eye and ravishes the palate. Proudly bearing the imperial red signature of Madame Clicquot, it promises moments of sheer pleasure.
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