The art of blended
rosé champagne

In 1818, Madame Clicquot created the first known blended rosé champagne, unleashing the vivacity and explosive fruit aromas that continue to delight wine-lovers’ palates today.  

Discover the unique savoir-faire behind the elaboration of Veuve Clicquot’s rosé champagne and plunge into 250 years of history, audacity and creativity by exploring Les Crayères, the Unesco World Heritage-listed cellars that are an emblem of our House.

The visit will be followed by a tasting of two cuvées – Veuve Clicquot Rosé and Brut Yellow Label, accompanied by a selection of cheese and charcuterie.

  • • 1h00 - 60 €
  • • Cellars tour
  • • Maison's DNA
  • • Tasting of Rosé Non Vintage and Brut Yellow Label
  • • Tasting of a charcuterie and cheese slate
  • • Bespoke experience available
Discover the cuvées you will taste
Practical information


1 Rue Albert Thomas

51100 Reims

Opening days

Wednesday to Sunday, March 13 to April 28

Tuesday to Sunday, April 30 to July 7 and September 2 to October 27

Open 7 days a week from July 8 to September 1

Closed May 1, 2024

Opening hours

From 9:30 am to 5:30 pm


Spoken languages: French, English

Capacity of reception

8 people per group

6 times a day

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