Vintage Rosé Brut 2015 ​

The story of Veuve Clicquot is one of audacity, creativity, and boldness.
In 1810, Madame Clicquot invented the first ever vintage champagne, in 2015 Veuve Clicquot declared the 67th vintage of the Maison. Since then, the house has cultivated an art of ageing.


The predominance of Pinot Noir (50%), produced exclusively from grapes selected from the Grand Cru and Premier Cru villages, provides the structure that is so typically Clicquot. Chardonnay (30%) brings the elegance and finesse of a perfectly balanced wine, while a small percentage of Pinot Meunier (20%) rounds out the blend.

The Vintage Rosé blend is crafted with 13% of red still wine, exclusively from the Pinot Noir of Bouzy.

Veuve Clicquot’s Vintage collection is unique for its use of wines vinified and aged in large oak casks (11%), which adds strength and aromatic intensity. The cask-aged wines bring an additional complexity with their spicy notes and subtle roast coffee and toasted aromas.

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Tasting Notes

Vintage Rosé 2015 surprises us with its complex nose and energetic character on the palate. Notes of orange blossom, yuzu and mandarin bring freshness, accompanied by mouthwatering aromas of cherry, aniseed and Vienna bread.

Appearance: Deep rose color

• Jasmin, orange blossom, yuzu
• Apricot, blueberries, dried dates
• Safran, brioche

World cuisine (spicy, oriental, asian)



Harmony and fusion (blends of land and sea, fresh and warm notes, sweet and savory)

World cuisines (spices, oriental, asian, indian)

Tajine of monkfish with dates and orange peel.

World cuisine (spicy, oriental, asian)

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Pinot Noir
Red wines
Pinot Noir Bouzy Grand Cru