TOP 10 / FIVE STARS | Cuisine Magazine 2017
SILVER MEDAL | CSWWC 2023
A world first - in 1818, Madame Clicquot invented the first known blended Rosé Champagne and we're still enjoying her creation more than 200 years later. Think Veuve with hints of strawberry and watermelon, and plenty of finesse and length. Each bottle comes presented in a Veuve Clicquot gift box. Sign us up.
Here's what the Cuisine judges had to say: "Veuve Clicquots pink non-vintage has a deceptively pretty label, but don't be deceived into thinking this wine is just lightweight frippery. Pale and coppery, it's a bright and breezy style with succulent red fruit, spice and brioche on the nose. There's plenty of flavour, enhanced by a vague whisper of sweetness."