Veuve Clicquot Rosé is essentially the first rosé champagne in history, after Mme Clicquot invented rosé vinification of champagne in 1818. It serves as a point of reference for rosé champagnes and is among the best in its class.
Veuve Clicquot Rosé is distinguished by the predominance of Pinot Noir wine in the blend (up to 55%), the large proportion of reserve wines from older vintages (up to 40%), and the long ageing process with its yeasts in the bottle before it is finished (3 years). The rosé colour and full mouth are achieved by the addition of red Pinot Noir (12%) in the initial blend. Its sweetness (dosage) is 10 g of sugar per litre.
Veuve Clicquot Rosé is a champagne with aromatic complexity, depth and intensity. Thanks to the red wine it contains, it has great potential for pairing with dishes like sushi, charcuterie and beef or tuna tartare.