Veuve Clicquot Reserve Cuvee Champagne
Long aging 12 months in oak barrels and special dosage liqueur, amplify toasted and brioche notes.
Color: yellow gold, with fine bubbles
Fruity aromas (peach, mirabelle plum, vanilla, brioche)
Pairings: aperitif, seafood, fish tartare, blinis, salmon, pasta, parmesan.
Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir Alcohol 12%
33% Chardonnay, 50% Pinot Noir, 15% Pinot Meunier
Based on 4 reviews
Je recommande (Translated review)
Well-balanced champagne, fine bubbles, very good (Translated review)
Champagne very well known but very pleasant in the mouth (Translated review)
Quite fine bubbles without too much attack, which I prefer (Translated review)
The Clicquot champagne house was founded in Reims in 1772. In October 1805, under the First Empire of Napoleon I, Barbe-Nicole Clicquot née Ponsardin lost her husband at the age of 27. She replaces him at the head of the house and names his house: Veuve Clicquot-Ponsardin. She then made 100,000 bottles per year. She would make 750,000 when she died in 1866. The house today belongs to the LVMH Group.