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Sharing Rosé

To share is an inherently human quality, one that makes us feel connected to one another. 

Creating those moments can be as simple as gathering around a delicious meal and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Rosé with loved ones or just exchanging the warmth of a smile with a stranger. 

Those moments belong to the every day. They can happen spontaneously. Anytime, any place, just because. 

And that is the real beauty of sharing.

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Tarte aux fraises

 

 

Created by Jean Imbert, this recipe is made with fresh mint and berries and perfectly complements the fruity notes of Veuve Clicquot Rosé champagne.

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In 1818, Madame Clicquot invented the first known blended Rosé Champagne ever that you can enjoy and share today for its liveliness and burst of fruits.

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Tarte aux fraises

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